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Cajun Restaurant Adele’s Closes After a Decade in Downtown Roswell

Plus, a new Greek pizzeria opens December 1 in Brookhaven, Mexican coffee shop Cafexito opens in Capitol View, and there’s a new weekend dim sum brunch in Dunwoody

A fried oyster po’boy topped with pickles, lettuce, and tomato from Adele’s, which closed in Roswell Ga in 2021
Fried oyster po’boy.
Adele’s

Cajun restaurant Adele’s closed November 14 after a decade on Canton Street in historic downtown Roswell. Owners Marc Wegman and Ruth Carr-Wegman made the announcement on Facebook, followed by a statement posted to the restaurant’s website. A native of New Orleans, Wegman worked as a chef in restaurants there before moving to Roswell to open Adele’s in 2011. The restaurant’s name references Carr-Wegman’s middle name.

“After 10 great years, Adele’s will permanently close on November 14, 2021,” a statement provided to Eater regarding the decision to close reads. “The friendships made along the way are too numerous to count and words cannot express our gratitude for the incredible support and patronage received.”

Adele’s was known in Roswell for serving dishes influenced by New Orleans and Cajun cuisine, like lump crab cakes, mussels, crawfish etouffee, and fried oyster po’boys. The restaurant was a popular spot for New Orleans Saints fans to gather for games and for weekend brunch, which included crawfish biscuits and gravy and beignets. [FB/Official]

The Greek Pizzeria and Gyros aims to open December 1 in Brookhaven

John “Johnny” Gianoulidis, the man behind Greek restaurant Kafenio and Reynoldstown coffee shop Park Grounds, opens the Greek Pizzeria and Gyros December 1 in the Skyland Shopping Center on Clairmont Road. The complex is also home to a location of Kathleen’s Catch Fresh Fish Market. Gianoulidis first opened his Greek pizzeria and gyro shop as a stall inside Sweet Auburn Curb Market over a decade ago. It closed in 2012. Expect Greek-style pizzas, including vegan and gluten-free options, calzones, and gyros on the menu. [IG/FB]

Mexican coffee shop Cafexito opens in Capitol View

Mexican coffee pop-up Cafexito is now open as a cafe on Sylvan Road in the Capitol View neighborhood, just up the road from Triton Yards food truck park. Owner Kristel Valencia first launched Cafexito as a pop-up in 2019, serving Mexican-style coffee drinks, including a horchata latte, Mexican hot chocolate, and cajeta latte, from places like the Window at the Met in nearby West End. The Sylvan Road coffee shop also sells a selection of fresh-baked pan dulce and includes seating with Wi-Fi access. Open weekdays, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and weekends, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. [IG]

New dim sum brunch hits the Dunwoody dining scene

Recently opened Thai-Chinese restaurant Yao in Dunwoody now offers a weekend dim sum brunch, complete with mimosas. Adidsara Weerasin and Jakkrit Tuanphakdee also own critically acclaimed Thai restaurant Tum Pok Pok on Buford Highway in Chamblee. [IG]

Kafenio

3387 Main Street, , GA 30337 (470) 823-4929 Visit Website

West End

, , GA 30310

Triton Yards

1318 Sylvan Road Southwest, , GA 30310 (404) 882-2331 Visit Website

Tum Pok Pok

5000 Buford Highway Northeast, , GA 30341 (770) 508-6626 Visit Website

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