Bell Street Burritos celebrates new location and more news
Bell Street Burritos has much to celebrate this week. It took top spots for best burrito in both the reader and critic’s pick categories in the Best of the Big A and it is having a grand opening celebration for its new location today and tomorrow.
Bell Street lost its Howell Mill location to Advance Auto Parts, who purchased the property it occupied. Bell Street has moved this location to a new one in the Old Fourth Ward area next to Jake’s Ice Cream.
11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. 660 Irwin Street, Atlanta.
In other news:
- Taqueria El Vecino has been closed for renovations and hopes to reopen next week. The Taqueria and its sister bakery next door, Carolyn’s Cupcakes, took down the wall separating the two spots, enabling them to expand both the kitchen and dining areas. The new space will feature an additional 40 seats and an expanded bar offering three draught beers, additional bottled beers and small batch bourbon and tequila selections. Taqueria El Vecino’s new menu will contain the smoked meats for which the restaurant is known, as well as traditional barbecue plate and side options. The bakery will continue to take special orders and will serve as a dessert counter for the restaurant. 2743 Lavista Road, Atlanta.
- Sunday brunch seems to be the new black of the food world, with a string of restaurants recently adding brunch service. The Lawrence will now serve a Sunday brunch menu designed by chef Shane Devereux that includes items like scrapple, eggs benedict with Canadian duck, and flapjacks with candied kumquat sorghum and foie gras butter. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. 905 Juniper St., Atlanta.
- The Old Mill Restaurant in Acworth recently closed its doors. According to the restaurant’s Facebook page, it is continuing to do events. 4271 Southside Dr., Acworth.