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Juniper Cafe, the year-old Asian-Southern cafe and bakery from Chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, the behind Lazy Betty, is closing to make way for a new concept from the same team, a spokesperson for Juniper Cafe told What Now Atlanta in an email this week.
The team plans to “re-conceptualize” the restaurant’s existing space, at 2260 Marietta Blvd NW, with details about the new concept set to be “announced at a later date,” they wrote.
Juniper Cafe will move to another location later in 2023, to be announced once finalized. While closed to restaurant guests starting on January 1, 2023, Juniper Cafe will continue to run its wholesale program, so customers can still enjoy its pastries, sweet and savory danishes, muffins, croissants, egg tarts, biscuits and more from places around Atlanta like East Pole Coffee Co, Fresh Harvest, InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta and more.
“We will let you know once the new concept at 2260 Marietta Blvd NW and the new location for Juniper Cafe have been finalized,” the spokesperson said. “In the meantime, guests are encouraged to visit sister restaurants Lazy Betty and soon-to-open Humble Pie.”