Rustic Italian Fare at Modest Prices.
Located in the heart of Atlanta’s beloved Virginia Highland community. Enjoy thin-crust artisan pizzas, pastas with made-from-scratch sauces, and brunch specialties in the cozy dining room or under the twinkling patio lights. A place where you’ll feel right at home whether it’s a pre-bar-crawl nosh, a just-the-two-of-you date night, or a load-up-the-minivan family dinner. Est. ’03.Visit Site › View Menu ›
Peace. Love. Noodles.
Atlanta’s original noodle house, Doc Chey’s has been serving great food and good karma since 1997. Enjoy freshly wok’d stirfries, heaping noodle bowls, crunchy salads, soothing soups, and handmade dim sum…all at a price that won’t break your piggy bank.Visit Site › View Menu ›
Farewell to Dragon Bowl
It is with sadness that I announce the closing of Dragon Bowl in Emory Village. Our last day of business…
4 restaurants. Endless Flavor.
While each of our restaurants serve different menus - from Italian, to Asian, to customizable healthy fare - they are all built on the same set of values: serve our guests affordable, delicious, fresh, made-from-scratch food and a healthy dose of neighborhood hospitality, all while fostering good karma in the communities we serve. We are not a no-name corporate restaurant group. You will find an owner operator in each of our restaurants whose only job is to serve you. We understand that you have a lot of dining choices, and we do our best each and every time you visit to reaffirm your decision to dine with us again.
- Neighborhood Favorite
5 years - NextDoor
- Best Restaurants in Atlanta
2017 - Zomato
- Good Neighbor Award
4 years - National Restaurant Assoc.
- Citizen of the Year
2014 - Atlanta Fire Department
- Distinguished Service Award
2011 - GA Restaurant Association
- Best Noodle Bowl
12 years - INsite Atlanta
- Best Take-Out
5 years - Georgia Voice
Fostering good karma in the neighborhoods we serve.
to local organizations
Save Our Station
We support many local nonprofits, but our #1 good karma mission is to save and preserve the Historic Virginia Highland Fire Station, Atlanta’s oldest firehouse. Station 19 has been a neighborhood landmark for more than 90 years, and lack of funding has resulted in unsafe conditions for our firefighting heroes. Based on its age, the station was on teh city’s replacement list for 2016. Please join us in our efforts to raise funds to repair the station and keep it in-serivce.
Join The Karma Club
Earn Points Towards Free Food!
To join, earn points, and redeem rewards at any of our restaurants...just tell us your phone number when you checkout. As the karma gods say, "What goes around, comes around!".