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The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Atlanta Right Now

From a seafood market and raw bar and a restaurant serving smoked duck pot pie to a whole branzino wrapped in a hoja santa leaf in Midtown and a lemon pepper wet fried chicken sandwich in Summerhill

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Despite construction and permitting delays and other unforeseen obstacles brought on by the pandemic over the last two years, new restaurants continue opening across Atlanta and its sprawling metropolitan area. While most restaurants are open for dine-in and bar service, many establishments are placing greater emphasis on creating great patios and other outdoor seating experiences as well as on takeout offerings. Here, Eater shines the spotlight on a few of Atlanta’s newest restaurants to check out this month.

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1. Oreatha's At The Point

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2287 Cascade Rd Unit C
Atlanta, GA 30311
(404) 228-4852
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After finding success with her critically acclaimed Huff Road restaurant Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours, chef Deborah VanTrece just debuted her second restaurant, Oreatha’s at the Point. It’s already become a neighborhood gathering spot in Cascade Heights. With a menu inspired by home-cooked meals from mothers from around the globe, expect tempura miso fried artichokes, fried duck ravioli with aglio e olio and bechamel sauce, nori-crusted salmon niçoise, and Thai-seasoned catfish with tamarind hot sauce served from chef Christian “Lucke” Bell. There’s also a smoked duck pot pie on the menu — a hat tip to VanTrece’s mother, and the restaurant’s namesake. Dessert features chocolate chai tiramisu and pecan pie bakalva from chefs Sade McMullen and Briana Riddock. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

Duck pot pie from Oreatha’s at the Point in Atlanta, GA. Oreatha’s at the Point

2. Mujō

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691 14th St NW c
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 400-6832
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People will definitely need a reservation for a seat at the 15-seat sushi bar at this Japanese restaurant on Howell Mill Road, led by chef J. Trent Harris. Even the petite cocktail bar here is reserved exclusively for guests dining at Mujo, which is all about creating an intimate dining experience, culminating in an elaborate omakase feast. Expect several courses of nigiri prepared in the edomae sushi style, broken up by beautifully presented dishes of hakurei turnip tartlets and buta nikomi with braised iberico pork. Nods to Japanese culinary traditions include serving tamagoyaki (Japanese shrimp and egg cake similar to an omelette,) followed by dessert, like a roasted sesame ice cream sundae topped with miso rum caramel and Japanese sweet potato with a dusting of soybean flour, paired with konacha green tea. Reservations required.

Kohada nigiri topped with kimioboro at Mujo in Atlanta, GA. Ryan Fleisher

3. Bastone

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887 Howell Mill Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 252-6699
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Billed as a mozzarella and salumi bar, Bastone comes from the White Bull and Grana chef Pat Pascarella. Taking over the former Bocado space at the corner of Howell Mill and 8th Street, kick off a meal with a selection of hand-stretched mozzarella and charcuterie paired with fresh-baked focaccia. Folks can even order mozzarella flights here. Move on to sharable appetizers, like the sunchoke caponata layered with sultanas, capers, and tomatoes, before diving into hand-made pasta dishes, including the busiate pollo Genovese or shrimp ravioli with ‘nduja, Calabrian chili, shrimp, and shrimp posada. Order cocktails, spritzy drinks during happy hour, or Italian wines by the glass or bottle, too. Front patio available. Covered patio available. Reservations encouraged.

Busiate Pollo Genovese: chicken ragu with onions, fonduta, peppercorns from Bastone in Atlanta, GA. Ryan Fleisher

4. The Usual

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1777 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 343-1541
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Chef Nick Leahy returns to his old restaurant stomping grounds in Brookwood Hills with this latest venture dubbed the Usual, a casual, family-friendly restaurant serving everything from burgers and loaded French fries to hanger steak, seafood and dumplings, and smoked short rib with a side of pimento cheese grit cakes. Expect takes on the Hemingway daiquiri, Cosmopolitan, Aviation, and French 75, along with original cocktails on the bar menu here. Order online.

5. Humble Mumble

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756 W Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30308

Chef Justin Dixon landed a long-term residency for his Atlanta-centric sandwich pop-up Humble Mumble at Tech Square food hall the Collective at Coda. Dixon named the pop-up after his favorite Outkast song and serves sack lunch sandwiches by day and what he refers to as “Atlanta cuisine” by night (think lamb meatball Spaghetti-Os and wings glazed with chili flakes, lemongrass, and lime). No word on how long Humble Mumble sticks around at the Collective, but regulars to the pop-up can count on sandwiches like the Italian Job stuffed with salami, prosciutto, and soppressata on ciabatta bread and the Senator From Vermont with maple glazed ham, Vermont cheddar, apples, and pickled red onions here. Takeout available.

The Bernie Join sandwich from Atlanta chef Justin Dixon and his pop-up Humble Mumble. Humble Mumble

6. How Crispy Express

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71 Georgia Ave SE Unit B
Atlanta, GA 30312
(678) 705-3531
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After a year of pop-ups in Summerhill, the permanent location of fried chicken sandwich shop How Crispy Express is now firmly rooted on Georgia Avenue in the neighborhood. Backed by Ticonderoga Club’s Greg Best and Bart Sasso, chef William Silbernagel (The Bookhouse Pub, Argosy), and Atlanta architect Luke Wilkinson, expect just five sandwiches on the menu, including a vegetarian version made with a crispy chickpea patty, a nod to the quintessential Atlanta flavor lemon pepper wet, and fried chicken spiced with tikka seasoning. In addition to its sandwiches, look for chicken nuggets and sides like collards, mac and cheese, and yucca fries. Do not skip ordering the Buffalo chicken dip or the Coca-Cola cake here. A second, larger location opens in downtown Atlanta along historic Hotel Row later this year. Outdoor seating available. Takeout available.

Three crispy chicken sandwiches from How Crispy Express in Atlanta topped with pickles, lettuce, and mayo. How Crispy Express

7. El Valle

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800 Peachtree Rd NE STE F
Atlanta, GA 30308
(678) 974-5356
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Taking over the former Escorpion space on Peachtree, the menu at El Valle is meant to showcase the wide variety of ingredients and flavors found in dishes throughout Mexico. Begin the meal with halibut ceviche topped with xoconostle (sour fruit from a cactus), jalapenos, and avocado or soft shell crab served atop polenta. Next, order the octopus quesadilla or pork belly sopes, followed by a whole branzino with capers wrapped in a hoja santa leaf (Mexican pepperleaf). For dessert, there’s horchata panna cotta. The wine list at El Valle features a great selection of Mexican wines, alongside Latin American and Spanish wines by the glass and bottle. Cocktails lean heavily toward tequila and smokey mezcals incorporating ingredients like tomato honey cordial, poblano pepper, and pineapple. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

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8. Atrium

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675 Ponce de Leon Ave Suite NE-158
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 600-3939
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Atrium comes to Ponce City Market from restaurateur Tal Baum (Bellina Alimentari, Aziza). And it’s likely the most beautiful restaurant at the food hall. Channeling tropical vibes in its design and French cafe fare on the menu, look for a selection of shared snacks on the bistro side, including tuna crudo and chickpea panisse. Lunch and dinner here feature a bistro steak with roasted sunchokes, Bang Island mussels, and pork schnitzel. There’s bananas foster and a yuzu tart for dessert. Over at Atrium’s parlor bar, beverage director Demario Wallace leans into the tropical cafe vibes with a handful of punches and non-alcoholic cocktails, classic drinks like the brandy crusta, and clever takes on the pina colada, martini, and margarita. Reservations encouraged.

Bang Island mussels. Angie Webb

9. Daily Chew (Stop Think Chew HQ)

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2127 Liddell Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
(404) 600-4155
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Stop Think Chew chef and owner Julia Kesler Imerman opened walk-up window the Daily Chew on Liddell Drive in Piedmont Heights. The window offers coffee, protein bowls, and light breakfast items in the mornings, with rotisserie chicken pita wraps and bowls in the afternoons. Make sure to ask about the daily pita special here, too. Food on the menu leans into Imerman’s Jewish and South African roots. Indoor counter service and cafe seating is also available. The chef’s next big undertaking is an all-day cafe called Brash Kitchen with Brash Coffee owner Chris McLeod opening at the Works. Outdoor seating available. Order online for takeout.

Daily Chew, the takeout window from Stop Think Chew private chef Julia Kesler Imerman, is open on Liddell Drive. Stop Think Chew

10. FISHMONGER

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674 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306
(678) 705-9538

After opening at the end of April, Poncey-Highland seafood market, cafe, and raw bar Fishmonger is already a bonafide hit. Backed by chef Nhan Le and Skip Engelbrecht (8ARMOctopus Bar) and chef Bradford Forsblom, Fishmonger sells fresh-caught fish, oysters, and shrimp from around the South in its cold cases, with a cafe menu featuring a Gulf shrimp salad roll, shrimp Louie, a tuna melt, and a grouper sandwich during the afternoon. At night, Fishmonger transforms into a raw bar offering oysters on the half shelf, crudo plates, and shrimp cocktail paired with natural wine and beer. Fishmonger is currently BYOB until it receives its liquor license. Outdoor seating available.

11. Pollo Primo

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792 Moreland Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 748-9082
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Sinaloan-style chicken restaurant Pollo Primo, owned by chef Duane Kulers of Supremo Taco, took over the former Bento Mac Hibachi Box Wings and Sushi space in East Atlanta this winter. The menu here features quarter, half, and whole roast birds marinated in morita chile, citrus, and a selection of spices served with fresh tortillas and paired with sides like rice and beans, street corn, chicken soup, and churros. Meals come in individual and family-sized portions. Look for aguas frescas and horchata as well as margaritas and beer on the drinks menu, too. Patio seating available. Takeout available. Open for lunch and dinner.

12. Southern Feed Store

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1245 Glenwood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

Southern Feedstore opened in the former Graveyard Tavern space late last year and is likely one of Atlanta’s tiniest food halls. But the lineup of six stalls here is strong, anchored by Grant Park Brazilian restaurant and coffee bar Buteco. Buteco owner Rafael Pereira is also a partial owner in the food hall. Head here for coffee, cocktails, and live music in the evenings, with food from Buteco, Woody’s CheeseSteaksGyro Gyro, and Waffle Bar. Rumor has it pop-up TKO Korean may be eyeing stall space here. Takeout available.

The empty dining room at Southern Feedstore food hall in East Atlanta Village. Southern Feedstore

13. Qommunity Food and Art

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479-b Flat Shoals Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 430-7613
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A space once home to pho and bánh mì shop We Suki Suki and mini food stall market the Global Grub Collective has transformed into a restaurant incubator and art space from Quynh “Q” Trinh called Qommunity. Trinh still serves her popular pho and bánh mì here on occasion, but she partnered with Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles Ramen owners Ken Yu and Seven Chan to anchor the new venture, which also features more indoor seating and a coffee, boba tea, and noodle bar serving sake cocktails in the evenings. Look for restaurant residencies at Qommunity throughout the year, too, including current occupants Laotian food pop-up So So Fed and comfort food from MikChan’s (owners of JenChan’s in Cabbagetown), taking over the former We Suki Suki space.

Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles Ramen take over much of the Global Grub Collective in February 2022. Poke Burri

14. BOHO115

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115 Sycamore St
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 343-4637
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Seafood restaurant and cocktail bar Boho 115 took over the former Square Pub on Decatur Square earlier this year, transforming this multi-level space into an easy breezy spot for ceviches, fresh fish, Argentinian steak, tacos, and empanadas paired with pisco sours and classic daiquiris. Look for chilled seafood and conserva selections here as well as empanadas from local bakery Belen de la Cruz and whole roasted fish dinners, too.

An assortment of tinned fish, pickled vegetables, salsa verde, and a pink cocktail from Boho 115 in Decatur, GA. Boho 115

15. Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

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3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30341
(470) 294-2900
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Atlantans love brunch, and really love when it’s served all day, every day. But Belle and Lily’s in Embry Hills gives brunch a bit of a twist. Drawing from the owners’ Caribbean roots, expect dishes like conch fritters, tostones stuffed with crab and lobster meat, halal jerk chicken and buttermilk pancakes, and fried parrot fish with sweet plantains and mesclun salad served here. Be sure to pair a meal with a passionfruit mimosa or other champagne-based cocktail. The Caribbean vibe on the menu at Belle and Lily’s carries through into the design for the restaurant, too, which incorporates tropical floral prints, live plants, and picture frames bursting with ferns.

Belle & Lily’s Caribbean Brunch House

1. Oreatha's At The Point

2287 Cascade Rd Unit C, Atlanta, GA 30311
Duck pot pie from Oreatha’s at the Point in Atlanta, GA. Oreatha’s at the Point

After finding success with her critically acclaimed Huff Road restaurant Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours, chef Deborah VanTrece just debuted her second restaurant, Oreatha’s at the Point. It’s already become a neighborhood gathering spot in Cascade Heights. With a menu inspired by home-cooked meals from mothers from around the globe, expect tempura miso fried artichokes, fried duck ravioli with aglio e olio and bechamel sauce, nori-crusted salmon niçoise, and Thai-seasoned catfish with tamarind hot sauce served from chef Christian “Lucke” Bell. There’s also a smoked duck pot pie on the menu — a hat tip to VanTrece’s mother, and the restaurant’s namesake. Dessert features chocolate chai tiramisu and pecan pie bakalva from chefs Sade McMullen and Briana Riddock. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

2287 Cascade Rd Unit C
Atlanta, GA 30311

2. Mujō

691 14th St NW c, Atlanta, GA 30318
Kohada nigiri topped with kimioboro at Mujo in Atlanta, GA. Ryan Fleisher

People will definitely need a reservation for a seat at the 15-seat sushi bar at this Japanese restaurant on Howell Mill Road, led by chef J. Trent Harris. Even the petite cocktail bar here is reserved exclusively for guests dining at Mujo, which is all about creating an intimate dining experience, culminating in an elaborate omakase feast. Expect several courses of nigiri prepared in the edomae sushi style, broken up by beautifully presented dishes of hakurei turnip tartlets and buta nikomi with braised iberico pork. Nods to Japanese culinary traditions include serving tamagoyaki (Japanese shrimp and egg cake similar to an omelette,) followed by dessert, like a roasted sesame ice cream sundae topped with miso rum caramel and Japanese sweet potato with a dusting of soybean flour, paired with konacha green tea. Reservations required.

691 14th St NW c
Atlanta, GA 30318

3. Bastone

887 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Busiate Pollo Genovese: chicken ragu with onions, fonduta, peppercorns from Bastone in Atlanta, GA. Ryan Fleisher

Billed as a mozzarella and salumi bar, Bastone comes from the White Bull and Grana chef Pat Pascarella. Taking over the former Bocado space at the corner of Howell Mill and 8th Street, kick off a meal with a selection of hand-stretched mozzarella and charcuterie paired with fresh-baked focaccia. Folks can even order mozzarella flights here. Move on to sharable appetizers, like the sunchoke caponata layered with sultanas, capers, and tomatoes, before diving into hand-made pasta dishes, including the busiate pollo Genovese or shrimp ravioli with ‘nduja, Calabrian chili, shrimp, and shrimp posada. Order cocktails, spritzy drinks during happy hour, or Italian wines by the glass or bottle, too. Front patio available. Covered patio available. Reservations encouraged.

887 Howell Mill Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

4. The Usual

1777 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

Chef Nick Leahy returns to his old restaurant stomping grounds in Brookwood Hills with this latest venture dubbed the Usual, a casual, family-friendly restaurant serving everything from burgers and loaded French fries to hanger steak, seafood and dumplings, and smoked short rib with a side of pimento cheese grit cakes. Expect takes on the Hemingway daiquiri, Cosmopolitan, Aviation, and French 75, along with original cocktails on the bar menu here. Order online.

1777 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

5. Humble Mumble

756 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
The Bernie Join sandwich from Atlanta chef Justin Dixon and his pop-up Humble Mumble. Humble Mumble

Chef Justin Dixon landed a long-term residency for his Atlanta-centric sandwich pop-up Humble Mumble at Tech Square food hall the Collective at Coda. Dixon named the pop-up after his favorite Outkast song and serves sack lunch sandwiches by day and what he refers to as “Atlanta cuisine” by night (think lamb meatball Spaghetti-Os and wings glazed with chili flakes, lemongrass, and lime). No word on how long Humble Mumble sticks around at the Collective, but regulars to the pop-up can count on sandwiches like the Italian Job stuffed with salami, prosciutto, and soppressata on ciabatta bread and the Senator From Vermont with maple glazed ham, Vermont cheddar, apples, and pickled red onions here. Takeout available.

756 W Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30308

6. How Crispy Express

71 Georgia Ave SE Unit B, Atlanta, GA 30312
Three crispy chicken sandwiches from How Crispy Express in Atlanta topped with pickles, lettuce, and mayo. How Crispy Express

After a year of pop-ups in Summerhill, the permanent location of fried chicken sandwich shop How Crispy Express is now firmly rooted on Georgia Avenue in the neighborhood. Backed by Ticonderoga Club’s Greg Best and Bart Sasso, chef William Silbernagel (The Bookhouse Pub, Argosy), and Atlanta architect Luke Wilkinson, expect just five sandwiches on the menu, including a vegetarian version made with a crispy chickpea patty, a nod to the quintessential Atlanta flavor lemon pepper wet, and fried chicken spiced with tikka seasoning. In addition to its sandwiches, look for chicken nuggets and sides like collards, mac and cheese, and yucca fries. Do not skip ordering the Buffalo chicken dip or the Coca-Cola cake here. A second, larger location opens in downtown Atlanta along historic Hotel Row later this year. Outdoor seating available. Takeout available.

71 Georgia Ave SE Unit B
Atlanta, GA 30312

7. El Valle

800 Peachtree Rd NE STE F, Atlanta, GA 30308
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Taking over the former Escorpion space on Peachtree, the menu at El Valle is meant to showcase the wide variety of ingredients and flavors found in dishes throughout Mexico. Begin the meal with halibut ceviche topped with xoconostle (sour fruit from a cactus), jalapenos, and avocado or soft shell crab served atop polenta. Next, order the octopus quesadilla or pork belly sopes, followed by a whole branzino with capers wrapped in a hoja santa leaf (Mexican pepperleaf). For dessert, there’s horchata panna cotta. The wine list at El Valle features a great selection of Mexican wines, alongside Latin American and Spanish wines by the glass and bottle. Cocktails lean heavily toward tequila and smokey mezcals incorporating ingredients like tomato honey cordial, poblano pepper, and pineapple. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

800 Peachtree Rd NE STE F
Atlanta, GA 30308

8. Atrium

675 Ponce de Leon Ave Suite NE-158, Atlanta, GA 30308
Bang Island mussels. Angie Webb

Atrium comes to Ponce City Market from restaurateur Tal Baum (Bellina Alimentari, Aziza). And it’s likely the most beautiful restaurant at the food hall. Channeling tropical vibes in its design and French cafe fare on the menu, look for a selection of shared snacks on the bistro side, including tuna crudo and chickpea panisse. Lunch and dinner here feature a bistro steak with roasted sunchokes, Bang Island mussels, and pork schnitzel. There’s bananas foster and a yuzu tart for dessert. Over at Atrium’s parlor bar, beverage director Demario Wallace leans into the tropical cafe vibes with a handful of punches and non-alcoholic cocktails, classic drinks like the brandy crusta, and clever takes on the pina colada, martini, and margarita. Reservations encouraged.

675 Ponce de Leon Ave Suite NE-158
Atlanta, GA 30308

9. Daily Chew (Stop Think Chew HQ)

2127 Liddell Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
Daily Chew, the takeout window from Stop Think Chew private chef Julia Kesler Imerman, is open on Liddell Drive. Stop Think Chew

Stop Think Chew chef and owner Julia Kesler Imerman opened walk-up window the Daily Chew on Liddell Drive in Piedmont Heights. The window offers coffee, protein bowls, and light breakfast items in the mornings, with rotisserie chicken pita wraps and bowls in the afternoons. Make sure to ask about the daily pita special here, too. Food on the menu leans into Imerman’s Jewish and South African roots. Indoor counter service and cafe seating is also available. The chef’s next big undertaking is an all-day cafe called Brash Kitchen with Brash Coffee owner Chris McLeod opening at the Works. Outdoor seating available. Order online for takeout.

2127 Liddell Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30324

10. FISHMONGER

674 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306

After opening at the end of April, Poncey-Highland seafood market, cafe, and raw bar Fishmonger is already a bonafide hit. Backed by chef Nhan Le and Skip Engelbrecht (8ARMOctopus Bar) and chef Bradford Forsblom, Fishmonger sells fresh-caught fish, oysters, and shrimp from around the South in its cold cases, with a cafe menu featuring a Gulf shrimp salad roll, shrimp Louie, a tuna melt, and a grouper sandwich during the afternoon. At night, Fishmonger transforms into a raw bar offering oysters on the half shelf, crudo plates, and shrimp cocktail paired with natural wine and beer. Fishmonger is currently BYOB until it receives its liquor license. Outdoor seating available.

674 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306

11. Pollo Primo

792 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316

Sinaloan-style chicken restaurant Pollo Primo, owned by chef Duane Kulers of Supremo Taco, took over the former Bento Mac Hibachi Box Wings and Sushi space in East Atlanta this winter. The menu here features quarter, half, and whole roast birds marinated in morita chile, citrus, and a selection of spices served with fresh tortillas and paired with sides like rice and beans, street corn, chicken soup, and churros. Meals come in individual and family-sized portions. Look for aguas frescas and horchata as well as margaritas and beer on the drinks menu, too. Patio seating available. Takeout available. Open for lunch and dinner.

792 Moreland Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

12. Southern Feed Store

1245 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
The empty dining room at Southern Feedstore food hall in East Atlanta Village. Southern Feedstore

Southern Feedstore opened in the former Graveyard Tavern space late last year and is likely one of Atlanta’s tiniest food halls. But the lineup of six stalls here is strong, anchored by Grant Park Brazilian restaurant and coffee bar Buteco. Buteco owner Rafael Pereira is also a partial owner in the food hall. Head here for coffee, cocktails, and live music in the evenings, with food from Buteco, Woody’s CheeseSteaksGyro Gyro, and Waffle Bar. Rumor has it pop-up TKO Korean may be eyeing stall space here. Takeout available.

1245 Glenwood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

13. Qommunity Food and Art

479-b Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles Ramen take over much of the Global Grub Collective in February 2022. Poke Burri

A space once home to pho and bánh mì shop We Suki Suki and mini food stall market the Global Grub Collective has transformed into a restaurant incubator and art space from Quynh “Q” Trinh called Qommunity. Trinh still serves her popular pho and bánh mì here on occasion, but she partnered with Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles Ramen owners Ken Yu and Seven Chan to anchor the new venture, which also features more indoor seating and a coffee, boba tea, and noodle bar serving sake cocktails in the evenings. Look for restaurant residencies at Qommunity throughout the year, too, including current occupants Laotian food pop-up So So Fed and comfort food from MikChan’s (owners of JenChan’s in Cabbagetown), taking over the former We Suki Suki space.

479-b Flat Shoals Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

14. BOHO115

115 Sycamore St, Decatur, GA 30030
An assortment of tinned fish, pickled vegetables, salsa verde, and a pink cocktail from Boho 115 in Decatur, GA. Boho 115

Seafood restaurant and cocktail bar Boho 115 took over the former Square Pub on Decatur Square earlier this year, transforming this multi-level space into an easy breezy spot for ceviches, fresh fish, Argentinian steak, tacos, and empanadas paired with pisco sours and classic daiquiris. Look for chilled seafood and conserva selections here as well as empanadas from local bakery Belen de la Cruz and whole roasted fish dinners, too.

115 Sycamore St
Decatur, GA 30030

15. Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D, Atlanta, GA 30341
Belle & Lily’s Caribbean Brunch House

Atlantans love brunch, and really love when it’s served all day, every day. But Belle and Lily’s in Embry Hills gives brunch a bit of a twist. Drawing from the owners’ Caribbean roots, expect dishes like conch fritters, tostones stuffed with crab and lobster meat, halal jerk chicken and buttermilk pancakes, and fried parrot fish with sweet plantains and mesclun salad served here. Be sure to pair a meal with a passionfruit mimosa or other champagne-based cocktail. The Caribbean vibe on the menu at Belle and Lily’s carries through into the design for the restaurant, too, which incorporates tropical floral prints, live plants, and picture frames bursting with ferns.

3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30341

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