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Week in Reviews

No One Injured in Avalon-Alpharetta Chick-fil-A Shooting

Three Stars for Food Terminal, Which Meets Its Lofty Ambition

Critic Says Bacchanalia Still Impresses at Its New Home

Critic Says Jai Ho Falls Short by Playing It Safe

Jennifer Zyman Loves the Noodles and Bao at Lan Zhou Ramen

Ligaya Figueras Gives the Relocated and Reimagined Double Zero One Star

Jennifer Zyman Praises Thank U Chicken’s Korean Fried Yardbird

Poor Hendrix Lands Three Stars From ‘Atlanta Magazine’

A First Look at the New Bacchanalia

Jennifer Zyman Praises the Buttery Croissant at Proof Bakeshop

Shaun Doty Returns to the Kitchen, Nabs Three Stars for The Federal

Jennifer Zyman Says Chat Patti’s Indian Fare Is Still Great

One Star for the Indian Fusion at Amara

Ligaya Figueras Finds Mixed Results at One Midtown Kitchen

Three Stars for Spring; Two Stars for Nexto

One Star for American Cut, Where the Design Outshines the Food

Jinya Ramen Bar: Successful, but Has Atlanta Hit ‘Peak Ramen’?

Two Stars for The Shed at Glenwood’s Reimagined Comfort Food

Three Stars for Noble Fin, Jay Swift’s OTP Seafood Shrine

Three Stars for Spring, a Marietta Gem Hidden in Plain Sight

101 Steak Does Beef Right, Earns Two Stars

Mixed Reviews for Storico Fresco, Buckhead’s Italian Market-Restaurant Combo

Chef Tyler Williams Has Big Ideas at Tap

Two Stars for Ba Bellies, a Chip Off the Old Block

One Star for 5Church, Which Doesn’t Meet Midtown’s Standards

Sushi House Hayakawa Earns Three Stars

Two Stars for Noble Fin, Jay Swift’s OTP Seafood House

Ligaya Figueras Prefers the Scenery Over the Food at Linton’s

Rising Son’s ‘Homespun Charm’ Garners Two Stars

Corby Kummer Gives Doug Turbush’s Drift Fish House One Star

Jennifer Zyman Falls in Love With Bread & Butterfly, Awards Four Stars

Two Stars for Chef Tom Catherall's Virginia-Highland Comeback