Quick Bites: New restaurants, events and more around Intown

Enjoy fresh produce grown in Atlanta and prepared by some of the best chefs in town during AgLanta Eats, a hyper local food festival hosted by Atlanta Botanical Garden on July 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event is a fund-raiser for Groundwork Atlanta, a local nonprofit partner supporting AgLanta Grows-A-Lot, a program that makes vacant properties owned by the City of Atlanta and Georgia Power available to urban farmers and community gardeners. The evening includes live music, garden tours and a silent auction. For tickets and information, visit aglanta.org.

Biltong Bar

South African restaurateur and entrepreneur Justin Anthony will open his fifth Georgia restaurant, Biltong Bar, at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta in September. As the first concept of its kind in the world, Biltong Bar will feature organic, house-cured South African beef jerky (also known as biltong), South African street fare, hand-crafted cocktails, wine and more.

Street Taco is set to open in late summer at 1523 Howell Mill Road on the Westside. Owner Jason Sherman was inspired by the tacos he found on many street corners in Mexico City. Street Taco will be quick-serve during lunch hours, while dinner will be a seated service. For more information, visit streettacoatl.com.

Revelator Coffee Company has closed its location at 641 14th Street and transformed it into a hub for the company’s brand, education and training teams.  The 14th Street team will help open new locations in the city, including a new space in Downtown at 101 Marietta Street later this year. 14th Street patrons are being directed to Revelator’s sister location, Octane Coffee, located just a few blocks down the road at 1009 West Marietta Street

Salata is now open Peachtree Center in Downtown offering up lettuces, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, seeds, nuts, chicken, seafood and vegan proteins. For more information, visit salata.com.

Atlanta-based Treehouse Milk has gone nationwide offering an array of raw, unpasteurized and nutrient-rich nut milks, which are made in small batches and are free of any preservatives, powders, syrups, fillers and carrageenan. For more information, visit treehousemilk.com

On Sunday, July 29, Cooks & Soldiers will halt regular service to celebrate the French side of its Basque roots during Fêtes De Bayonne, one of France’s largest annual festivals. From 4 to 9 p.m., Cooks & Soldiers invites guests to eat, drink and celebrate for an evening of traditional French dishes, music and entertainment. Executive chef Matthew Ridgway will be curating a special menu featuring mousse de foie poulet, aubergine barbajuan and gateau d socca. For tickets, visit fetesdebayonne2018.splashthat.com.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley is the editor of Atlanta Intown.