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Cocktail Week; Angry Chef Shutters; PCM Openings

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All the latest dining and nightlife news from Eater Atlanta.

CITYWIDE — It's Cocktail Week, which means content specifically catered to the thirsty Atlantan. In addition to mapping out Atlanta's most important bars, Eater checks out the action at Sister Louisa's Church and asks if using high-end whiskey for cocktails is a bad idea.

MORNINGSIDE — Angry chef Ron Eyester's North Highland Avenue restaurant enclave is no more. Eyester confirmed to Eater Atlanta that he's in the process of selling Rosebud and The Family Dog so he can put all of his effort into Diner at Atlantic Station. "If I've learned one lesson, it's that I'm done with multiple concepts," Eyester said. "I'm on restaurant birth control for a very long time."

OLD FOURTH WARD — Ponce City Market's Central Food Hall continues to come alive. Scope menus for Minero, the now-open Mexican concept from The Neighborhood Dining Group and Southern superstar Sean Brock, and Italian restaurant/market Bellina Alimentari, which opens Monday.