Crab 404 Will Soon Replace Food 101 In Sandy Springs

Seafood restaurant and bar is slated to debut Sept. 13.

Food 101, an American eatery from restaurant group 101 Concepts that shuttered in March, will soon reopen as Crab 404.

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The forthcoming seafood restaurant and bar, at 4969 Roswell Road Suite 200, shares no relation to Food 101.

Signage at the corner space, in the Belle Isle Square shopping center, went up over the weekend revealing the Crab 404 name.

Owner Jakkrit Tuanphakdee and his partners own several Asian eateries around Atlanta.

Crab 404 will be the restauranteur’s first seafood joint, Tuanphakdee told What Now Atlanta (WNA) over the phone Wednesday.

The opening is set for September 13.

Crab404 will be a “sea to table” restaurant specializing in seafood boils with a focus on crab and lobster rolls, Anastasia Tuan, a company spokesperson in an email wrote to WNA.

During the restaurant’s grand opening next Friday, Crab 404 “will be offering a complimentary welcome cocktail drink” to everyone dining in.

There will also be 50 percent off selected dishes and tee-shirts for all in attendance to celebrate the grand opening.

{Editor’s note: this article was updated on Wednesday with comments from a spokesperson.}

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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Kristen
1 year ago

Would love to attend the private opening.

1 year ago

I would love to attend..

mindy david
1 year ago

welcome to the neighborhood

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