Quick Bites: Bell Street Burritos opens on the eastside, Double Zero reopens in Emory Village, and more
Food news round-up
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Bell Street Burritos opened its third metro Atlanta location earlier this month at Inman Park’s Stove Works development (112 Krog St.).
Pellerin Real Estate plans to transform Memorial Drive’s Harp Transmission station (350 Memorial Drive) into a mixed-use compound with retail, offices, and a parkside restaurant, according to What Now Atlanta. The unnamed concept will feature picnic basket take-out for diners to enjoy lunch outdoors at a park adjacent to the restaurant.
Castellucci Hospitality Group reopened Double Zero in the former Ink & Elm space in Emory Village on Sept. 6 without "Napoletana" in its name. Executive chef Edwin Molina created a new, community-focused Italian menu. The updated menu shifts focus from pizza – four Neapolitan pies will be available – to small plates and large entrées, such as a two-pound braised beef ribs and whole chicken with citrus glaze.https://whatnowatlanta.com/memorial-drives-harp-transmission-scheduled-for-modern-tune-up/
Ray’s Rio Bravo (6450 Powers Ferry Road N.W., Sandy Springs) has tapped Carlos Cisneros, Ruben Ortiz, and Lorenzo Figueroa to re-imagine the restaurant’s menu for modern diners. The trio will conceive fresh, flavor-forward Tex-Mex fare while staying true to the restaurant’s style.
European-style restaurant and urban market Caravaca Market is slated to open at Midtown’s the Trace mixed-use development (780 Peachtree St.) by spring 2017, What Now Atlanta reports. The concept will feature a bakery and cafe called Harry Bakes as well as a wine shop and a craft beer bar.