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Top 5 Atlanta's newest restaurants

Andrew Alvarez

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ATLANTA, GA — New restaurants continue to open around metro Atlanta despite construction and permitting delays, as well as other unexpected challenges brought on by the pandemic during the previous year. However, Atlanta Eater spots several of Atlanta's newest eateries to visit this month.

The Breakfast Boys

The Breakfast Boys is an all-day breakfast and brunch restaurant on Main Street in College Park. The restaurant serves brunch items such as pineapple upside-down French toast, jerk chicken and waffles and lobster sliders, along with frozen peach cobbler lattes and mimosas. Like other Atlanta brunch spots, they serve as both a restaurant and a social club.

Chattahoochee Food Works

The first restaurant stalls have opened inside this much-anticipated food court in northwest Atlanta. Andrew Zimmern, the famous chef and host of Bizarre Foods, and Robert Montwaid from New York City's Gansevoort Market, collaborate on the vast 31-stall market and test kitchen in the city's Underwood Hills area. From Neapolitan-style pizzas, Thai meals, pho, and bánh mì to sushi, Southern soul food breakfast meals, ramen and pastries are all available. There's even a bar where you may order wine, drinks or beer.

Che Butter Jonez

On Cleveland Avenue in southwest Atlanta, Occupy the Hood activists Malik Rhasaan and Detric Fox-Quinlan recently built a permanent version of their popular food truck as a restaurant next to a Chevron. Among various menu, they always include the popular That Sh!T Slambing burger, as well as bodega-style breakfast items, tacos on Tuesdays and snacks like parmesan truffle popcorn and crispy fried Brussels sprouts.

Baffi Atlanta

Celebrity chef, Jonathan Waxman, relaunched Brezza Cucina as Baffi along Brady Avenue. Chef Andrew Cacioppo is in charge of the cuisine, and the menu includes cast iron trout, wood-seared shrimp salad, and Waxman's roast chicken, among other delicacies prepared in Baffi's wood-burning hearth oven. Braised pork and veal meatballs, roasted oysters and Waxman's gnocchi and kale salad are among the shared and small plates available at Baffi.

Nagomiya

Takashi Otsuka launched his new restaurant in June at the Tens on West complex on West Peachtree Street. Otsuka aims to give Midtown residents, office employees and visitors a "tranquil, relaxed Japanese dining experience" at the restaurant. The menu there includes ramen, rice bowls, a wide variety of sushi, sushi rolls and sashimi, as well as entrees such karaage fried chicken, teppan hamburg steak and panko prawns, which are available for lunch and dinner.

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