Charleston Italian Restaurant Indaco Opens This Fall on the Eastside Beltline

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Charleston Italian Restaurant Indaco Opens This Fall on the Eastside Beltline

Indaco, the Charleston eatery endorsed by the team behind O-Ku sushi restaurant on Howell Mill Road and Oak Steakhouse in Alpharetta, is set to open this fall on the border between the Old Fourth Ward and Poncey-Highland along the Eastside Beltline.

Situated in the same complex as Kroger near Ponce City Market, Indaco is renowned for its wood-fired pizzas and pasta dishes such as caramelle tossed with duck, ricotta and pecorino Toscano cheeses, and summer pesto garnished with preserved cherries and chives, alongside chicken, fish, and steak entrees. The wine list exclusively features Italian selections, as do most of the interpretations of cocktails, including an Aperol and Venetian spritz and cocktails on tap. The Atlanta location will be open every day and boast a spacious, pet-friendly patio adjacent to the Beltline.

Taiwanese coffee shop and restaurant Java Saga reopens on Buford Highway

Java Saga, owned by Alvin Sun, is officially open at its new location on Buford Highway. Situated inside the former Master Bakery space near I Luv Pho in Doraville, Sun continues to serve his popular Taiwanese-style hot chicken sandwiches, along with coffee and coffee beverages. Sun plans to introduce new dishes to the menu in the future as he ramps up service at the new location.

La Calavera Pizza isn’t closing, but the building is still available for purchase

Yes, there’s a new “For Sale” sign displayed in front of La Calavera in Kirkwood. No, the cherished pizza shop and former Mexican bakery is not shutting down. The property has been listed on the market for a while. The sign is simply intended to attract potential buyers to the lot.

“The property has been on the market for years, as some people know. But the RIGHT person still doesn’t, so we have to make its availability more known,” a post on Instagram by owners Eric Arillo and Dale Ralston states. “WE ARE STILL SELLING PIZZA! And so we shall be for the foreseeable future. Yes, our family’s goal is to begin a new chapter, but we don’t know how long it’ll take to sell the place; so far, it’s a slow process.”

Spiller Park Coffee is reintroducing its Moores Mill location

After a break from baking bagels, Spiller Park owner and Dear Friend Bagels pop-up founder Dale Donchey is now officially offering his renowned bagels and bagel sandwiches daily at the Moores Mill location of his coffee shop.

Put this barbecue pop-up on your schedule

Barbecue enthusiasts and fans of pitmaster Bryan Furman should mark their calendars for a pop-up event happening on Tuesday, August 1, at the Smyrna Beer Market by the Stout Brothers. Expect a menu featuring smoked pork, brisket, and chicken sandwiches paired with local beers from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Additionally, progress on Furman’s new barbecue restaurant in Riverside seems to have slowed, but sources indicate it is still slated to open.

Weekend dining recommendations

Frazie’s Meat and Market, a butcher shop and local market owned by Mark Frazie, debuted earlier this summer in the Riverside neighborhood, and the sandwiches are worth the journey to the west side of Atlanta. Try the Gogi Man with ten-hour sous-vide pork belly dressed with Korean BBQ sauce, sesame ginger slaw, and spicy mayo. The ATL Chop, a variation of the chopped cheese, features wagyu ground beef topped with sauteed onions and peppers, lettuce and tomatoes, and Tillamook cheddar cheese. Some outdoor seating is available. Closed on Tuesdays.

Pizzeria Corner Slice on West College Avenue in Decatur is featuring a weekend special of meatball subs. Pork and beef meatballs are sandwiched between two slices of freshly baked sesame focaccia stuffed with cheese, marinara sauce, and basil.

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