OK Café has reopened at the corner of Northside Parkway and West Paces Ferry in Buckhead after a fire damaged much of the interior nearly a year ago.
Taka Sushi and Passion is reopening in Sandy Springs next year after closing its Pharr Road location in Buckhead. Tomorrow’s News Today reports that the restaurant will open in the Gateway mixed-use development, which is also home to Sprouts Famers Market.
Here to Serve Restaurant Group has closed all 10 of its restaurants, including Smash Kitchen & Bar and Noche in Brookhaven and Twist and Prime in Buckhead. The company, which also recently shuttered Aja in Buckhead and Goldfish at Perimeter Mall, said it is looking for investors to help re-launch in the future.
Petite Auberge, 2935 North Druid Hills Road, will host its annual Oktoberfest Party on Oct. 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. The event will feature a buffet with all-you-can-eat traditional German and Bavarian cuisine. The cost is $40 person and includes coffee, tea, tax and gratuity. Reservations are requested by calling 404-634-6268.
The Palm Restaurant in the Westin Buckhead Hotel, known for its first-class steaks, and outrageously large Nova Scotia lobsters, is marking its 20th anniversary with a renovation. Andrei Caciula has been named the new general manager. The redesign includes two private dining rooms and a hand-painted feature wall that highlights Atlanta’s landmarks. There’s also a new bar that opens to the hotel lobby. For more information, visit thepalm.com.
Atlanta Les Dames d’Escoffier International hosts its 15th annual Afternoon in the Country at Serenbe on Nov. 8. Chefs from Atlanta’s top restaurants paired with the area’s best farms will be set up in a tasting format alongside fine wines and premium micro-brews. There will also be live music, cake raffle featuring sweets from Atlanta’s top pastry chefs, hayrides, children’s activities and a silent auction offering dining and travel packages, food and wine merchandise and original art by local artists. Proceeds from Afternoon in the Country benefit Georgia Organics, Wholesome Wave, Global Growers Network, The Giving Kitchen, The Wylde Center, The Atlanta Community Food Bank and Atlanta Les Dames d’Escoffier International’s scholarship fund for women in the culinary, beverage and hospitality arts. For more information and tickets, visit ldeiatlanta.org.