Food and dining news of the week
Sunday is National Ice Cream Day find out how to celebrate below./Photo by Chris Hunt.
4 Rivers Smokehouse is opening tomorrow. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on July 25 at 9 a.m. to celebrate the new location for the barbecue chain. AJC announced last fall that 4 Rivers would be opening its first Georgia location bringing some of the southeast’s best barbecue to Atlanta.
4 Rivers Smokehouse, 822 Marietta St NW, Atlanta. 844-474-8377. 4rsmokehouse.com.
Osteria Mattone is open on Mondays beginning July 17. The Italian restaurant in Roswell will now be open from 5 – 9:30 p.m. for dinner service.
Osteria Mattone, 1095 Canton St., Roswell. 678-878-3378, osteriamattone.com
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Tea making paraphernalia: a jar of sun tea, glasses of iced tea, etc. Styling by Conne Ward-Cameron. (Chris Hunt/Special)
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