Here are 10 restaurants opening in Midtown

Atlanta has so many new restaurants, expansions, menu updates and other changes, sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything.

The next two years promise to be exciting with plenty of new restaurants and bars opening all over the city, particularly around Midtown. Here’s a roundup of what’s coming to Midtown’s dining scene:

26 Thai Midtown

A Thai restaurant is coming to Midtown this summer. 26 Thai Kitchen and Bar is set to take over the space at Juniper St. NE, previously occupied by Chinese…


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Here are 10 restaurants opening in Midtown

Atlanta-based data center company hires infrastructure vendor executive as chief revenue officer

Atlanta-based Giga Data Centers has hired an executive from an industry supplier as its first chief revenue officer.

David Shepard was previously executive vice president and general manager for Baselayer Technology LLC, which manufactures prefabricated server rooms that can be customized and located anywhere.

Shepard is responsible for Giga Data Centers’ revenue-generation strategy and execution. His duties include overseeing the sales, marketing, and partner channel teams, and he reports…


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Atlanta-based data center company hires infrastructure vendor executive as chief revenue officer

Football bowling venue ‘Fowling Warehouse’ plans first Georgia location

A new entertainment venue is planned on Atlanta’s Westside that combines football with bowling.

The “Fowling Warehouse” is eyeing its first Georgia location at 1356 English Street in a tucked-away warehouse district off Huff Road. It would be a short drive from popular restaurants and shops along Howell Mill Road, such as JCT. Kitchen & Bar and Taqueria del Sol.

Plans were filed in Atlanta for the roughly 25,000-square-foot project. It would offer 20 fowling lanes, a bar and some retail…


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Football bowling venue ‘Fowling Warehouse’ plans first Georgia location

Georgia Power seeking major increase in electricity rates

Georgia Power Co. is seeking a major increase in the rates the state’s consumers and businesses pay for electricity.

In a request filed June 28 with the Georgia Public Service Commission, the company is seeking a rate increase which, under one proposal, would generate $942 million over three years. The proposal includes rate increases totaling $563 million, $145 million and $234 million effective Jan. 1, 2020, Jan. 1, 2021 and Jan. 1, 2022, respectively.

The proposed increase for 2020 would increase…


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Georgia Power seeking major increase in electricity rates

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