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Goin’ Costal Bringing The Coast To Atlanta — Major Cities Require Waterways!

FIGO Pasta, located at 1021 Virginia Ave., closed their doors on March 29.

Located next to Paolo’s Gelato Italiano Ice, the FIGO Pasta concept has been successful in their other locations but had to succumb to the fierce competition of nearby restaurants.

To remedy the sudden closure, potential diners who feel inconvenienced are offered “50 percent off one short or long pasta and sauce when you say MANGIAMO,” valid until Easter Sunday, April 4, according to a sign posted on the restaurant entrance (at the Edgewood, Westside or Decatur locations).

Goin’ Costal, a seafood restaurant based out of Canton Georgia will be the replacement for FIGO Pasta in Virginia Highlands.

A sustainable seafood restaurant, Goin’ Costal features seafood from sources that are fished or farmed to keep from compromising species’ survival and the health of the ecosystem.

Goin’ Costal flies their fish in from all around the country to be served within hours of its capture.

Expect an opening in the beginning summer months.

Goin’ Costal
1021 Virginia Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

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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