ASN Venue Alert: Glover Park Brewery Opens Near Marietta Square This Summer

Marietta Square getting a brewery this summer
Marietta Square will soon be home to its first brewery. The Marietta Daily Journal reported Hank DuPre and Sam Rambo will open Glover Park Brewery this summer at 65 Atlanta Street, two blocks south of the square (aka Glover Park). The name was inspired by DuPre and Rambo’s families who have lived in Marietta for several generations. Glover Park Brewery is located in a building which dates to the 1930s and will include a tasting room, patio with a fireplace, a kitchen, and beer garden. The pair plan to focus on IPAs and wheat beers. [MDJ]

Charleston bakery headed to an Atlanta food hall
Charleston-based bakery Root Baking Co. is opening an Atlanta location in a “prominent Atlanta food hall” this summer, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. However, owners Chris and Nicole Wilkins have not disclosed the exact location. The Wilkins plan for Root Baking Co. to be open for both breakfast and lunch. A grain and vegetable-focused menu is expected along with pastries and baked goods. [AJC]

Tasty China returning to Sandy Springs
It seems the popular Szechuan restaurant Tasty China is headed back to Sandy Springs. Tomorrow’s News Today reported, Dahe Yang (owner of Jia in Ponce City Market) has secured a spot in the Fountain Oaks complex on Roswell Road next to the Mediterranean restaurant Cafe Posh. Yang hopes to open in May. The original Sandy Springs location for Tasty China II was located on Powers Ferry Road. It closed in 2014. [ToNT]

Soccer-centric coffee shop and bar opening in Grant Park
A soccer-centric, Brazilian coffee shop named Buteco [boo-TEH-koh] is opening at The Beacon on Grant Street in Grant Park this summer just in time for the FIFA World Cup. Owner Raphael Pereira told What Now Atlanta, Buteco will serve coffee, beer, wine, cocktails, and Brazilian comfort foods. Buteco, which roughly translates to “neighborhood bar”, plans to be open all day and will include permanent food trucks parked outside. [WNA]

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