Breaking Chews 4.8.23

Give A Little Bit

Open Hand Atlanta's 30th Annual Dining Out For Life is happening on Wednesday, April 26. Over 60 participating restaurants will donate a percentage of each customer's total bill to Open Hand Atlanta and help the organization continue to ensure that all clients have the peace of mind of knowing that their meals will be delivered to them at no charge, right to their doorstep. This year's restaurants include Atlanta favorites such as Ecco, Taqueria del Sol, Roshambo, Hobnob, Agave, Local Three, Eclipse di Luna, and more.

New At Truist

Live! at The Battery - the entertainment destination in the heart of The Battery Atlanta is unveiling the new Blue Moon Beer Garden this Thursday, April 6, just in time for spring weather and baseball season. The new concept will feature a completely redesigned, expansive outdoor patio, a coastal-inspired menu, live music and a thoughtfully curated selection of daily activations.

Pinky Cole, the visionary, founder, and CEO behind an acclaimed burger joint Slutty Vegan has opened a location at Atlanta's Truist Park. The freestanding kiosk will be located in section 130 by the third base gate and will offer a modified menu tailored to the baseball experience with bangin' vegan takes on stadium staples including BIG DAWG™ - Plant-based bratwurst, sauerkraut & Slut Sauce on a vegan pretzel bun, TENDERONIS - Crispy, plant-based Chick'N tenders served hot & ready for dipping, SLUTTY FRIES - French fries with signature Slut Dust and SIDE SAUCES - Slut Sauce, Ranch Dipping Sauce, Blackberry Mayo, Agave Mustard & BBQ Sauce. This takes a TINY bit of sting out of H&F Burger's tragic departure from Truist.

New Brunch

A couple of new spots to try for brunch: Humble Pie, the neighborhood restaurant offering chef-driven American dishes, is set to launch a Sunday brunch service this Sunday, April 9. Located at Atlanta's Westside mixed-use property The Interlock (1115 Howell Mill Rd, Suite P100), the new restaurant is from Chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, the team behind Atlanta's acclaimed Lazy Betty and 2023 James Beard Award semifinalists for Best Chef Southeast.

The Americano, the Italian-inspired steakhouse from internationally renowned chef Scott Conant, just started an all-new Sunday brunch program. Featuring house-made favorites, including Steak & Eggs, Wagyu Beef Cheek Hash, Pasta al Pomodoro, a tableside Bloody Mary Cart, and much more, guests are invited to enjoy brunch at the buzzing and beautifully appointed Buckhead restaurant each Sunday from 11 am-3 pm.

Finally, Dailies and Sides now open in Pullman Yards on the east side is a cute little joint that offers breakfast classics and some whimsical dishes like pancakes with Oreos and lucky charm next to a slate of pickleball courts on the weekend.

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