Castellucci Hospitality Group will move its Italian restaurant concept Double Zero from Sandy Springs to the former Ink & Elm space in Emory Village in June 2016. For more information, visit doublezeroatl.com.
Sprouts Farmers Market has opened in Morningside at 1845 Piedmont Ave. The 30,000-square-foot store offers fresh, natural and organic foods. For more information, visit facebook.com/SproutsAtlantaMorningside.
Chris Edwards has been named executive chef of Restaurant Eugene in Buckhead. Leaving his post helming the kitchen at Holeman and Finch Public House, Edwards heads home to Restaurant Eugene where he originally became sous chef in March 2014.
Petite Auberge Restaurant, 2935 North Druid Hills Road, is offering a New Orleans Food Festival menu every evening, from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. through March 12. This special dining event offers a Cajun appetizer, soup, entrees and dessert. Reservations are recommended at 404-634-6268.
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta has announced an exclusive restaurant partnership with UberVIP in Atlanta. Riders who use Uber more than 10 times per month are eligible for VIP status in Atlanta. As part of their status, UberVIPs will be eligible for special offerings, exclusive menu items and discounts at 10 restaurants at The Shops, including Shake Shack, Gypsy Kitchen, Le Bilboquet and Fado Irish Pub.
Pinkberry frozen yogurt has closed its location inside Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has closed its location in Sandy Springs at Abernathy Square shopping center, according to Tomorrow’s News Today. The Texas-based barbecue franchise still has a dozen locations in Georgia including restaurants in Alpharetta, Kennesaw and Peachtree City.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley is Editor of Atlanta Intown. He can be reached at collin@atlantaintownpaper.com.