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Pinewood employees attacked in Decatur last night

Below is a statement from the owners, Mike Blydenstein, Brooks Cloud and Julian Goglia, about an attack on several employees at the Pinewood in Decatur last night. 198 more words

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Restaurant nonprofit the Giving Kitchen names new executive director

The Giving Kitchen has a new executive director. The nonprofit, which supports Atlanta restaurant workers facing unanticipated crises, has hired Bryan Schroeder to helm operations. 317 more words

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Try a new spot for sushi in Alpharetta

A new spot for sushi by way of Florida is now open in Alpharetta.

Natsu Sushi Bar & Ocean Grill, owned by a husband and wife who moved to Georgia after 15 years of operating restaurants in Florida, opened earlier this month at 3070 Windward Plaza. 213 more words

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Preserving Place closing its doors in West Midtown

A popular West Midtown business that offered canning and preserving classes is closing its doors at the end of the month.

Preserving Place, which opened at the Westside Provisions District at 100 Howell Mill Road in 2013, sent an email to customers late last month and posted on its Facebook page addressing the closure: 186 more words

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Upper Room chef gets new gig, brings pop-up with him

The creator of popular pop-up Upper Room is getting a new job, along with a new venue to showcase his skills.

Andrew Bantug will serve as executive sous chef at Taiyo Ramen in downtown Decatur, and will also move his Filipino pop-up, which he runs with his girlfriend, Joyce Lau, to the restaurant. 234 more words

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