Posts tagged with "Twisted Soul"

Tidbits: Doggy Dogg officially open, local chef will appear on ‘Food Fighters’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 3, 2015

Doggy Dogg is officially open for business. The new Decatur hot dog joint is located at the space formerly occupied by Las Brasas at 310 East Howard Avenue. Las Brasas, a “Peruvian chicken rotisserie” has relocated to Church Street. Doggy Dogg will be open for lunch and dinner. The hours are … Sunday and Monday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Tuesday […]

Tidbits: New Leon’s Full Service chef; Twisted Soul chef on NBC’s Food Fighters

Posted by Dena Mellick July 2, 2015

News and notes from some local eateries: Leon’s Full Service announces Cameron Octigan will be its new Executive Chef. A press release from the restaurant said the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts trained chef worked in L.A. and New York before coming to Atlanta. “The birth of his son in 2013 brought Octigan home to Atlanta, […]

Tidbits: Twisted Soul offering brunch, Pallookaville owner opening new restaurants

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 10, 2015

A look at what’s cooking with some of our local restaurants … Twisted Soul Kitchen + Bar has announced it will officially begin serving brunch this Sunday, March 15. “We’ll be serving up a truly soulful brunch, complete with shrimp + grits and chicken + waffles every Sunday from 11 am – 3 pm,” the restaurant announced […]

‘Twisted Soul’ releases menu, sets opening date

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 21, 2014

Twisted Soul has announced that it will officially open on Dec. 3, moving into the former MARBAR space at 314 East Howard Avenue. The restaurant has also released its first official menu. Among the more intriguing items: Moonshine Mussels, an appetizer; Cocoa Crusted Rack of Lamb, a main course; Ivy’s Heavenly Peach Cobbler – “The best […]

New restaurant will have soul, with a twist

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 13, 2014

It wasn’t too long after MARBAR in Decatur called it quits that rumors began circulating about a new restaurant moving into the space. Earlier this week Atlanta Magazine reported that Deborah VanTrece, a local chef best known as the entrepreneur behind the Edible Art Cafe, will turn the space into a soul food restaurant. It will […]

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