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What’s New(s)?: One Eared, Bhojanic, Calle Latina

One Eared Beer and Wine

One Eared

One Eared

Tomorrow night, One Eared Stag chef Robert Phalen will create a five-course meal of original pairings to go with four Terrapin beers and three Northstar wines.

Rabbit terrine with watermelon rind chutney, fried quail with pistachio puree, and spinalis with cornbread sauce and chorizo, will be among Phalen’s offerings.

Terrapin brewmaster Brian “Spike” Bukowski and Northstar winemaker David Merfeld will be on hand to talk about their beverages and answer questions.

Reservations required. $70 per person. One Eared Stag, 1029 Edgewood Ave. N.E., Atlanta, 404-525-4479, oneearedstag.com.

Bhojanic in Buckhead

The new Buckhead location of Bhojanic opened last week near Crate & Barrel in the Shops Around Lenox. The popular Decatur-based restaurant, market and catering company specializes in street food, fusion and home-style Indian cuisine. 3400 Around Lenox Drive, 404-841-8472, bhojanic.com.

Highland at Tech

Highland Bakery has opened its newest location near Tech Tower on the Georgia Tech campus. Known for its cakes and hearty breakfast and lunch offerings, the bake shop, restaurant and catering company’s three other locations include the Old Fourth Ward, Midtown and Buckhead. highlandbakery.com

Calle Latina

A new South American restaurant, Calle Latina Latin Street Food, is set to open today on Church Street in Decatur in the space that’s been home to Badda Bing catering and sandwich shop. The menu includes empanadas, tortas, arepas and tacos. 406 Church Street, 404-918-8386.

INC to Opulent

Roswell restaurateurs Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac are replacing INC Street Food on busy Canton Street with a new restaurant called Opulent. Slated to open in early April, the concept is billed as a “global-inspired kitchen serving classic favorites with a modern twist.”

Sugo Roswell closing

“After 10 great years in Roswell, we have sold to Dominick’s,” reads a note from the Castellucci family on the Sugo restaurant website. “Dominick’s of Roswell will be opening in late April.” The Castelluccis own Sugo Kitchen in Johns Creek, Double Zero Napoletana in Sandy Springs and The Iberian Pig in Decatur.

Souper Jenny scouting

Buckhead favorite soup and lunch spot, Souper Jenny, is scouting the Decatur area for a second location. Owner Jenny Levison is asking current and future guests to join in the search by offering location suggestions via Twitter and Facebook. www.souperjennyatl.com.

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PJ

March 20th, 2013
12:24 pm

Why is INC being replaced?? It is quite popular & my favorite on Canton St.

Billie

March 20th, 2013
12:39 pm

Bob, the possessive form of Castellucis calls for an apostrophe after, not before, the s.

Billie

March 20th, 2013
12:41 pm

Actually, rereading the sentence, it calls for no apostrophe at all.

btownsend

March 20th, 2013
6:16 pm

Thanks Billie. Fixed.

Jack Mehoff

March 21st, 2013
3:49 am

Who cares where the apostrophe is. I wanna hear more about kesslers lobster and cat hair bisque

Jack Mehoff

March 21st, 2013
3:52 am

With a name like opulent the douchebagery will certainly keep that restaurant afloat. At least until a new more pretentiously named restaurant opens like Benevolence or Fancy Feasting