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Restaurant Closings and Openings

Tin Drum Cafe in Emory Village has closed for a move. According to a sign on the door, the new location is in North Druid Hills at 2566 Briarcliff Rd. NE.

Antico Pizza is closed for vacation until lunch on Friday, January 10. Nearby, Caffe Gio and Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano are open as usual.

Restaurant Eugene, which has been making preparations for its 10 Year Celebration, closed Monday and Tuesday for renovations to its dining room. RE reopens for dinner service tonight.

Cafe Agora Buckhead has closed due to a burst water pipe and will soon move to a new location at 318 E. Paces Ferry Rd. The Midtown location remains open.

How are your pipes doing? Any home kitchen closings due to the cold?

— By Bob Townsend, AJC Food and More blog.

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[...] Restaurant Closings and Openings [...]


January 8th, 2014
4:20 pm

West Egg Cafe also closed until further notice due to a burst pipe in their building.


January 9th, 2014
10:34 am

Question! I lived in the area from 1983 until 1994 and there was a Mexican food restaurant with a couple, maybe two, locations named U S BAR y Grill! The food was fabulous! What happened to it????

The Guru Of Good Times

January 9th, 2014
11:52 am

Was that the one at Abernathy & Roswell Road?


January 9th, 2014
12:08 pm

US Bar Y Grill is long closed down, but the guy who owned it still owns Nuevo Laredo on Chattahoochee Avenue.


January 9th, 2014
1:16 pm

jared…..great to know, US Bar yGrill was my all time favorite. Does Nuevo Laredo do the roasted goat in the front window like US did?

James Goodwin

January 10th, 2014
9:49 am

A roasted goat in the font widow ????????????????????????????? YUCK!!!!!!!!!


January 10th, 2014
4:45 pm

Yes James, their goat was outstanding and it looked great revolving on that spit too. Guess you never attended a ‘pig pickin’ or a ‘Cuban Box’ roast? Don’t YUK till you give it a try! Expand Jimbo, expand!

Ned Ludd

January 10th, 2014
6:38 pm

Had forgotten about that Balt—had a heckuva aroma and snapped, crackled, and popped. Probably would not pass todays fire (or health) codes but was a unique and fun place. Seems like he had Tequila in the marinade, when he basted it, it flared up like Sherman was back in town. Tasted great and went well with cold beer. And Tequila. And more beer.


January 10th, 2014
8:19 pm

Ned, it was a great place w/ tremendous food. Had the goat many times.


January 11th, 2014
10:37 am

James, just an after thought,. Do men really say YUK?


January 13th, 2014
12:25 pm