Quick Bites: Revolution Doughnuts opens in Inman Park, Dua gets into the boba business, and more

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Oakhurst’s Revolution Doughnuts is set to open its second metro location at 745 Edgewood Ave. in Inman Park within the few days. Revolution specializes in organic vegan doughnuts.

The owners of Muss & Turner’s have announced plans to open a second location in East Cobb this March. The group will close their Common Quarter (1205 Johnson Ferry Road) concept on Feb. 4 and transform it into a Muss & Turner’s. Co-owner Ryan Turner said the new Muss and Turner’s will bring a “chef-driven, flex-casual restaurant” to the East Cobb community.


Southern comfort food spot Baked (480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave. N.E.) has closed its restaurant in the Old Fourth Ward. The East Cobb location closed in March.

Mylinh Cao, owner of Vietnamese restaurant Dua and Fish Bowl Poke, is adding a bubble tea bar to her Downtown empire. Cao will expand Dua into the former Good Phellaz Barbershop (56 Peachtree St. N.W.) space to house the boba bar and add dining space. Cao told What Now Atlanta that the 3,000-square-foot addition could be open by April or May.

NYC's The Halal Guys will open its first Georgia restaurant in Chamblee this Sat., Jan., 28 at 4929 Buford Highway. The first 50 people in line will be rewarded with a free entrée platter and fountain drink, and the first 200 will get free T-shirts. The day will also feature live entertainment, games, and prizes.

Punch Bowl Social, a Denver-based gastropub concept with traditional table games, arcade, karaoke, and bowling, is slated to open a 27,000-square-foot, two-story project at the Battery at SunTrust Park. Chef Hugh Acheson (Spiller Park Coffee, Empire State South) has been tapped to design a Southern-inspired menu and craft beverage program. Punch Bowl Social is expected to open at the development in September 2017.

The Emory Village location of Lucky’s Burger & Brew closed on Jan. 15 after less than two years in operation.