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Inside BeetleCat; TGM Bread Interview; Anticipated Openings

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All the latest dining and nightlife news from Eater Atlanta.

INMAN PARK — Ford Fry opened his fifth restaurant of 2015 just before the year ended. BeetleCat is a more casual sister concept to The Optimist, with a distinct early 70s New England theme. Take a look inside via this gallery.

EMORY POINT — There's a new burgeoning bread empire in town. The team behind The General Muir, West Egg Cafe, Fred's Meat & Bread, and Yalla has opened a bakery, which offers wholesale and will have limited retail hours. In this interview, head baker Rob Alexander explains how TGM Bread came to be and plans for the future.

CITYWIDE — What's coming next for Atlanta's restaurant scene? Quite a bit, actually. This guide covers all the major anticipated openings that should begin service this winter.

GLENWOOD PARK — For the second year in a row, Eater national restaurant critic Bill Addison named Gunshow among the 38 essential restaurants in America. Ticonderoga Club, Marcel, The General Muir, and Oddbird also received praise in his coverage of the country's dining industry.