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Atlanta, GA – Heavenly Dolce
Heavenly Dolce, a web-based bakery and dessert catering service, is going brick-and-mortar in the East Atlanta Village (EAV). The dessert boutique is under construction at 491 Flat Shoals Ave SE, and should be finished in the next four to five weeks. A building permit application was filed with City of Atlanta Tuesday to convert an existing 530-square-foot retail space into the bakery.
Sacramento, CA – Alley Katz (unnamed restaurant)
The owner of the midtown bar and grill Alley Katz has signed a lease to bring an Asian-Themed sports bar to an existing space a block from the future Golden 1 Center. The space has proved unlucky for other restaurants. Both a Chinese buffet and more recently an Indian restaurant came and went there; it appears from Yelp reviews nothing has operated in the space since 2010. The bar could be open early next year.
Houston, TX – Pour Society
Pour Society will be opening at 947 North Gessner on September 1, and the Facebook page is calling for applications. Menu items include Mexican fried chicken with a puffed potato quesadilla and fried egg. They will also be featuring craft beers as well.
Orlando, FL – Tako Chenna
A popular Mexican-Asian fusion eatery in the Mills 50 District has plans to expand. Tako Cheena will open a second location at the former Forbidden City building at 948 N. Mills Ave. just north of Tako Cheena’s current restaurant at 932 N. Mills Ave.
Baton Rouge, LA – Bar Frances
The Salad Shop, a build-your-own salad and wrap restaurant founded in Baton Rouge, is set to open its second Baton Rouge location in the Coursey Place Shopping Center, at 11445 Coursey Blvd. Owner Bradley Sanchez says they are planning on expansion into 2016. This new location is expected to be opening in the fall.
Arlington, VA – Texas Jack’s Barbecue
Texas Jack’s Barbecue will be opening in the former Tallula and EatBar location sometime in September. Co-owner Steve Roberts said Texas Jack’s will be a neighborhood-centric restaurant serving “classic central Texas barbecue.” Roberts noted that he has no plans for making Texas Jack’s a franchise – rather, he and his business partner plan on treating it as their “second home.”
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