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A Barbecue Stall Opens at Krog Street Market, While College Park Gains Another Breakfast Spot

Wood’s Chapel BBQ Shortstop opens at Krog Street Market and the Breakfast Boys is now serving the morning meal all day in College Park

Wood’s Chapel BBQ
Ryan Fleisher

Wood’s Chapel BBQ Shortstop opens at Krog Street Market

The takeout location of Summerhill barbecue restaurant Wood’s Chapel BBQ is now open at Krog Street Market. Wood’s Chapel BBQ Shortstop takes over the former Grand Champion BBQ space at the food hall and features an abbreviated menu from its Summerhill location that includes pulled pork, brisket, smoked sausage, and smoked turkey sandwiches and sides. There’s also the option to just order meat by the half-pound and slices of one of the restaurant’s fresh-baked pies.

Wood’s Chapel is owned by Rye Restaurants Group, which owns food stalls Fred’s Meat and Bread and Yalla at Krog Street Market, the General Muir at Emory Point and Sandy Springs, and TGM Bread. Group owners Ben and Jen Johnson and Shelly Sweet also own West Egg Cafe on Howell Mill Road. Take a look at the menu below.

Wood’s Chapel BBQ Shortstop

The Breakfast Boys opens in College Park

All-day breakfast and brunch restaurant the Breakfast Boys opened over Memorial Day weekend in the former Kafenio space on Main Street in College Park. Backed by Lorenzo Wyche (Gocha’s Breakfast Bar, Rock Steady, Breakfast At Barney’s) and Gee and Juan Smalls (Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen), the restaurant serves brunch dishes like pineapple upside-down French toast, jerk chicken and waffles, and lobster sliders paired with froze, peach cobbler lattes, and mimosas. As with Wyche’s other Atlanta brunch establishments, the Breakfast Boys operates as both a restaurant and a sort of social club. Wyche first met the Smalls when he consulted on their first Main Street restaurant Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen, which opened in College Park two years ago. The Breakfast Boys is open daily at 8 a.m.

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TGM Bread

1540 Avenue Place, Suite B-210, Atlanta, GA 30329 (404) 941-9751 Visit Website

The General Muir

1540 Avenue Place, , GA 30329 (678) 927-9131 Visit Website

Kafenio

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

West Egg Cafe

1100 Howell Mill Road, , GA 30318 (404) 872-3973 Visit Website

Krog Street Market

99 Krog Street Northeast, , GA 30307 Visit Website

Grand Champion BBQ

4401 Shallowford Road, , GA 30075 (770) 587-4227 Visit Website

Yalla

99 Krog Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 Visit Website

Wood’s Chapel BBQ

85 Georgia Avenue Southeast, , GA 30312 (404) 522-3000 Visit Website

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