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Press

Review: Chirori is ambitious about Japanese food—and even more ambitious about sake

There's currently no better place in Atlanta to explore Japan's national beverage

Jan 06 2020

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Atlanta Magazine

An Eater’s Guide to Atlanta in 2020

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about Georgia’s capital city

Jan 08 2020

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Eater Atlanta

The Hottest Restaurants in Atlanta Right Now, January 2020

Where to eat this month around ATL

Jan 02 2020

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Eater Atlanta

These are the AJC’s best-reviewed metro Atlanta restaurants of 2019

“A delightful Japanese restaurant on 14th Street in West Midtown, Chirori specializes in robatayaki and sake, and it’s unlike anything else in Atlanta today.” — Wendell Brock

Dec 30 2019

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Review: Chirori in Atlanta celebrates the fine art of pairing sake and robata

I was working my way through a multicourse meal — pristine oysters from Washington state, little bites of panko-breaded-and-fried wagyu steak, boxed sushi topped with saltwater eel — when my attention shifted to the counter of Chirori. 

Nov 21 2019

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Q&A with Takashi Otsuka

Nov 01 2019

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Modern Luxury Atlanta

15 Intimate Restaurants for a Quiet Meal Around Atlanta

Restaurants and bars perfect for cozy meals or relaxed conversation over drinks

Sep 25 2019

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Eater Atlanta

Chirori, from the owner of Wagaya, now open for robatayaki and sake in Home Park

New concept takes over Better Half space

Jul 26 2019

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Wagaya team to take over former Better Half space plus more dining news from the week

These are the stories that created buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:

Dec 21 2018

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution