Pop-up Eat Me Speak Me moves to new venue and other Atlanta food news from the week
Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.
Griddled okra at Eat Me, Speak Me. / AJC file photo
Atlanta restaurant news and events
Lauded pop-up Eat Me Speak Me is moving from its current digs at Gato in Candler Park to S.O.S. Tiki Bar at 340 Church St. in Decatur starting April 19, Eater reports. Chef Jarrett Stieber will run the kitchen from 6-11 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday and for brunch from 12:30-6 p.m. Sunday. Market, a Thai pop-up, will take Eat Me, Speak Me’s place at Gato.
Miller Union chef/owner (and James Beard Award finalist) Steven Satterfield recently released a book, “Peanuts,” an ode to one of his favorite Georgia ingredients.
Sandy Springs restaurant Tupelo Honey recently released new brunch, lunch and dinner menus, as well as a new culinary team.
In the market for a winery? Tiger Mountain Vineyards in Tiger is for sale for $2.25 million, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
Octane being sold to Revelator Coffee Co.
Watch: Mini-documentary ‘The New Orleans Sazerac’
Team behind Taiyo Ramen bringing new Chinese restaurant to Oakhurst
Chicken chain opening locations in Gwinnett, Cobb counties
Owner Hadyn Hilton makes coffee drinks at Java Cats Cafe.
Restaurant openings and closings
Banjo Cold Brew Coffee now open in Avondale Estates
Check out video from Atlanta’s first cat cafe, now open in Grant Park
Bellwoods Social House closes in West Midtown
New neighborhood bistro officially open in Cabbagetown
First-run soft-shell crab is on the menu right now at Restaurant Eugene
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The Atlanta Braves new rule on outside food may make it tedious for fans to bring in their desired food items. / Photo by Ligaya Figueras
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Fan complaints cause SunTrust to reverse food policy
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Bourbon bar added to SunTrust Park food and drink lineup
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