Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.
Atlanta restaurant openings and closings
Jai Ho Indian Kitchen & Bar is now open in its location just off the Beltline at 560 Dutch Valley Road
in the former Madre + Mason space.
The team behind Savi Provisions is serving up
cuisine common to the former French colony Pondicherry in India, evident in the meats and sauces, prepared according to French recipes updated with Indian ingredients. Menu items include masala dosai, rice and lentil crepe filled with spiced potatoes; tanddori rack and lamb, chicken masala and cochin snapper. The menu also features wine, craft beer and cocktails.
An official grand opening will be held Wednesday, March 22. The restaurant is open 5-9:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday; 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday; Noon-10 p.m. Saturday; and Noon-9 p.m. Sunday.
Muss & Turner's East Cobb set to officially open in April
The Luminary closing at Krog Street Market
Atlanta restaurant news and events
These 3 Georgia restaurants made a list of top U.S. 'hot spots' for 2017
This Atlanta brewery made a list of top breweries in the country
Georgia spot named best for barbecue in the south
Cameli's Pizza closing on Ponce
Check out the burgers you can get during Gwinnett's Burgers + Brews Week
Beltline brewery project gets a name
These two Atlanta bars are reportedly among the most popular Irish pubs in the U.S.
Chef changes at The Consulate, Davio's
These Atlanta chefs are 2017 James Beard Award finalists
Eat for cheap during ATL Airport District Week
James Beard Award winners with Atlanta ties
Where and what to eat, what to cook, what to buy, what to drink
Beer of the Week: Scofflaw Basement IPA
16 mimosa brunches around Atlanta
Dish of the Week: Chicken pate toast at Spring in Marietta
First Look: One Rooster Mongolian Grill
Truck & Tap coming to Alpharetta
Buy This: Italian products you can buy in Atlanta
Get these 'Game of Thrones'-inspired wines
Review: Neighborhood pleasures at Poor Hendrix in East Lake
Cheers to these unique Irish drinks from metro Atlanta bars
This cookbook is changing the dinner game
Like cabbage? You'll love Linton Hopkins' recipe for cabbage larb
Learn how to make Fogo de Chao's gigantes
Read The A List: The faces, places, dishes and drinks defining the Atlanta dining scene right now
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