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Pho King Express Opens an Outpost in West End

Pho and banh mi now served at the Met. Plus, the iconic Ponce meat-and-three Eats reopens for takeout with its popular jerk chicken

Pho King Express is now open at the Window at the Met in West End
Pho King Express is now open at the Window at the Met in West End
Ryan Fleisher
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for over 12 years.

Pho King Express is now open at the Met in West End

An outpost of Pho King Express is now open at the Window at the Met on Murphy Avenue in West End. The menu features a small selection of pho and banh mi, egg rolls, and rice and noodle dishes. Open Monday - Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for takeout and delivery via UberEats. Call 770-371-4612 or order online for takeout. The Window, part of the first phase of La Bodega (the team behind Buenos Dias Cafe in downtown Atlanta,) also serves coffee and lunch daily, and hosts food pop-ups throughout the year. Keep track of the latest updates, pop-ups, and food offerings at the Window on Instagram.

The iconic Eats restaurant reopens for takeout on Ponce

After being closed for nearly four months due to the ongoing health crisis, the iconic meat-and-three (and its popular jerk chicken) is back open on Ponce de Leon Avenue. Currently, Eats is only open for takeout, and masks are required inside. The restaurant asks that people enter through the front door and exit through the side door once they’ve received their order. Eats plans to offer online ordering soon and delivery via UberEats. For now, people can preorder for pick-up by phone. Open daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Follow Eats on Instagram and Facebook for updates on the menu, online ordering, and other news.