This Summer, an exciting new Vietnamese restaurant will open in Westside Village.
The brilliant minds behind the Chandler Park gem Lazy Betty are opening a new restaurant in Westside Village. Lazy Betty is known for it’s swanky tasting menu, but Juniper Cafe will be a Vietnamese treat serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
Chef-partners Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips will open the new eatery this Summer. It looks and sounds promising, so keep your eyes peeled for more delicious information, Atlanta.
The modern Vietnamese cafe and bakery will be housed in Westside Village. It’s located at 2250 Marietta Blvd NW, Suite 100, where Marietta Boulevard and Moores Mill meet.
The menu will feature Vietnamese specialties like pho, noodle salads (bún), banh mis, summer rolls, and housemade sausages. The people of Atlanta are also buzzing for the shaved ice desserts coming their way. Try the Coconut Shaved Ice with mochi, fresh mangoes, and strawberries.
You’ll also need a designated driver, Atlanta. Juniper Cafe will be home to an extensive cocktail menu that promises to bring the tastes of Vietnam to life. You’ll be able to get some help from the staff in order to select the perfect cocktail to compliment your dish (or dishes).
There will also be an excellent selection of wines and beers available, so we’ll remind you once more. Make sure you have a designated driver!
The design of the eatery will be heavily influenced by historic Vietnamese homes, with two patio spaces to enjoy your food in the open air. You’ll also be able to get pastries, coffee, and food to-go through their convenient takeout window.
The restaurant’s design will be reminiscent of historic Vietnamese homes with two patio spaces and an outdoor takeout window for pastries, coffee, and to-go food.
In anticipation to the big opening, Lazy Betty will host several pop-ups to give Atlanta a taste of their new sister restaurant coming to the city.
Lazy Betty is located at 1530 DeKalb Ave NE, and Juniper Cafe will be located in Westside Village at 250 Marietta Blvd NW, Suite 100, with plans to open this summer.
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