Former Restaurant Building Could Become Event Space, Catering Kitchen

A building permit application was filed to convert a former restaurant in Atlanta into an event space and catering kitchen with a to-go window.
A new concept is in the works from the owner of Black Coffee ATL.
The Baja-inspired Mexican restaurant features house-made organic blue corn tortillas, eight varieties of tacos and fajitas.
The new Suwanee spot will be the fourth location for the bakery; at least two additional locations are on the horizon for next year.
The new concept from Painted Hospitality in Inman Park will include two indoor bars, two patios and a gaming room.
The 32,500-square-foot gaming and entertainment venue will have an indoor pickleball courtyard.
The cafe and bakery now open on the BeltLine serves allergy-friendly sweet treats and drinks.
The rapidly growing chicken chain appears to be replacing a shuttered Steak 'n Shake in Duluth on Pleasant Hill Road.
More visitors at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will be running on Dunkin' after the coffee and donut chain opens an outpost on concourse T.
South Florida-based restaurant to serve authentic halal Mexican cuisine, including birria tacos, ramen and pizza.