From the Emory Wheel…
Cash-strapped students will have another alternative to cafeteria food with the Bad Dog Taqueria, a new restaurant offering tacos filled with dishes ranging from Indian samosas to Korean barbecue pork belly, in April. It will replace Sprouts Green Café in Emory Village.
Lis Hernandez, who formerly worked for Atlanta’s Osteria 832 and Stella restaurants, will be the executive chef.
“We understand that the Emory community is very international, and we didn’t see an international taqueria anywhere, so it seems like the perfect fit,” Bad Dog Taqueria owner Tracy Mitchell said.
The Wheel also notes that Bad Dog will have a full bar, something that all of the failed businesses in that particular space have lacked in recent years.