Check out the menu for Muchacho, opening Oct. 16 in Reynoldstown

Pastries will be on the menu at Muchacho. / Handout photo

The owner of Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall is about to debut another spot off the Atlanta Beltline.

Muchacho is set to open its doors Oct. 16 at 904 Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown, ahead of sister restaurant and neighbor Golden Eagle, set to open this fall. Housed in a former rail depot (the former home of H. Harper Station), the spots will be separated by an interior brick wall and share a patio opening directly onto the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.

Located in the former H. Harper Station space, Muchacho will offer tacos, toast, bowls and pastries as well as coffee, beer and wine. / Andrew Thomas Lee

Muchacho, the smaller of the two spaces, will feature a “nod to 70’s-era Venice Beach,” according to a press release. Counter service will offer breakfast and lunch tacos, toasts, grain bowls, poke and pastriesplus a drink list featuring a handful of canned beer and wine, cocktails and housemade agua fresca.

Muchacho will offer a handful of tacos, including short rib barbacoa tacos, pictured here. / Andrew Thomas Lee

Key members of the restaurants’ teams include culinary director Taria Camerino, who will oversee the menus of Golden Eagle, Muchacho, and Ladybird and previously served as the owner of Sugar Coated Radical and oversaw pastry at Ford Fry Restaurants and Resurgens Hospitality; chef de cuisine Jason Simpson, who served as chef de cuisine at St. Cecilia for the past three years; beverage director Eduardo Guzman, who previously served as beverage director at Ford Fry Restaurants, leading the bar programs at JCT Kitchen, The Optimist, Beetlecat and Marcel; general manager Nicholas Bown-Crawford, who previously served as director of operations at Le Fat, Ton Ton and One Rooster; and coffee director Sarah Harlan, who previously worked at Condesa Coffee and New York’s Everyman Espresso.

Owner Michael Lennox opened Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall in 2014.

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