Omnivore - Gravy Train: Farmstead 303 changes things up, do comes to King Plow
Also: Tamale food truck; The Basement opens in East Atlanta
- do will take over The View at King Plow, previously an event space.
Decatur’s Farmstead 303 is changing things up, re-opening as Rail Kitchen & Bar, playing off their historic building and proximity to the tracks. Word is that the concept will remain focused on American Southern food, but will take a more casual approach and position itself as a neighborhood bar and restaurant.
A new restaurant called do (pronounced “dough,” because that’s totally obvious to diners...) will be opening in April at The View at King Plow, and places a focus on creating an experience for all of your senses. From the team behind One Stop Productions, do promises to have flashy features including a barrage of light and video elements, waterfalls and high tech iPad ordering. The menu was created by owner Christian Ruffin’s wife, Nacasha, and focuses on high quality, natural ingredients. The menu is fairly simple, featuring primarily pizzas, but there is no mention of the creators having any culinary background, so we can only hope that the food packs as much punch as the overall experience.