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QUICK BITES: HOBNOB’s new location, White Bull brings on brunch, and more

Food news roundup

The White Bull Brunch Pastry Basket
Photo credit: Courtesy of the White Bull
HOW ’BOUT THEM BUNS: Rejoice, the White Bull now offers brunch.

Decatur’s  The White Bull  will serve a new weekend brunch menu this Saturday and Sunday, serving its take on classic brunch dishes with farm-forward ingredients. Featured items include a sweet potato hash with sausage, togarashi aioli and duck egg, and an egg-in-a-hole croissant with sausage gravy, honey, and tomatoes. Each table will also receive a complimentary basket of housemade pastries. 

Second Self Beer Co.  teased the release of Junipa, a new seasonal IPA infused with the flavors of gin, juniper berries and rosemary, for a smooth and aromatic beer at a sneaky 6.4 percent ABV. Junipa will be available in cans and on draft November through February. 

Pop-up alert! On Nov. 1  El Super Pan  is whipping out the El Burro Pollo pop-up for Dia de los Muertos. Dishes on the menu include Pozole Rojo, Mexican Tuna Escabeche, Barbacoa Tacos, and more. To keep the excitement going, Mexican beers and craft cocktails will be flowin’ all night long, including: Paloma made with tequila blanco and grapefruit soda; a Michelada with lager, spicy tomato, and chipotle soy; and Santa Muerte, made with mezcal and Campari. 

The alcoholic triforce of UrbanTree Cidery, ASW Distillery, and 18.21 Bitters is officially landing, y’all. On Thurs., Nov. 8, guests are invited to  Tire Fire Wants You , a celebration of the right to vote featuring election-themed cocktails and more. I mean, what’s more American than voting and booze? 

Butcher & Brew Fest  returns for a second year on Nov. 10. The festival celebrates the good things in life: craft beer, quality food, music, and games. Also available are pretzel necklaces, which alone are pretty cool. Tickets are $45, and a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Atlanta Humane Society. 

New  HOBNOB  coming soon! The beloved neighborhood tavern owned by husband and wife duo Sean and Becky Yeremyan currently resides in Midtown and Brookhaven and is happily expanding to Dunwoody Perimeter Place (1221 Ashford Crossing), set to open doors in December — just in time for the holidays. 



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