Plus Salata is taking the place of Moe’s Southwest Grill, Spa810 opening February 11.
California-based, grill-at-your-table concept Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, has plans to open its first Georgia store in Atlantic Station, The Atlanta Business Chronicle (ABC) this week first reported.
The franchised restaurant concept, with roots in Japan, would take a 6,000-square-foot piece of the now-shuttered Copeland’s of New Orleans space, which closed its doors early January, Barbara Garrett, general manager of Atlantic Station, Thursday confirmed in an email to What Now Atlanta.
The Atlantic Station Gyu-Kaku would be a corporate store, Garrett said.
At Gyu-Kaku, guests cook their own “yakiniku” (Japanese BBQ) at the table including beef, chicken, pork and seafood, and vegetables.
In related news, Texas-based salad bar concept Salata, which is planning 20 Atlanta-area locations, is replacing Moe’s Southwest Grill at Atlantic Station.
Moe’s also closed its doors in the Midtown mixed-use development – which was acquired by Hines and capital partner Morgan Stanley late-2015 from North American Properties – early January.
And Spa 810, a first-to-market spa concept, is scheduled to open its doors ahead of Valentine’s Day Saturday, February 11.