Amar Bien, a New Eatery From Sweet Auburn BBQ Team, On Tap For Westside Village

'Amar Bien' is Spanish for 'love well.'
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Amar Bien, a new restaurant from some of the owners of Sweet Auburn BBQ, is planned for the new Westside Village mixed-use development.

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The restaurant will be situated in suite 100, a 2,521-square-foot corner unit with an additional 1,535-square-foot patio.

While details surrounding the forthcoming eatery are scarce, it’s likely that Amar Bien will be Spanish-themed.

“Amar Bien” is Spanish for “Love Well.”

Co-Owner Howard Hsu did not respond to What Now Atlanta’s request for comment.

Amar Bien is one of several restaurants announced recently for Westside Village.

Ted’s Montana Grill next year will open an outpost in the center and Desta Ethiopian Kitchen is bringing its third in-town location to Westside Village.

A complete site plan for the center, updated early-October, is below.


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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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Joshua Saylor
10 months ago

The Upper Westside is happening! Get used to the name…ha!

10 months ago
Reply to  Joshua Saylor

I’d been searching for a home since March and finally purchased in the Upper Westside in August. I’m so glad I didnt listen to the curmudgeons commenting over on Curbed who only think life and property values only have worth on the east side of town or 3 steps from the beltline. I love my decision every single day.

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