Emory Village

DeKalb County police are looking for a man who unsuccessfully attempted to rob the Emory Village CVS Pharmacy on North Decatur Road on July 6. Standing at the checkout line, the suspect demanded that a store employee hand over cash ...

The number of reported “influenza and influenza-type illness” cases at Emory between Jan. 1 and Feb. 10 has reached 193, according to a Feb. 12 email sent to the Wheel by Emory University Student Health and Counseling Services (EUSHS) Executive ...

While I have always appreciated what a cold sandwich stands for, a week ago I would have told you that cold sandwiches are inherently not good. Melted cheese provides a necessary gooey element to most sandwiches, balancing the crispiness of ...

Bottoms Inaugurated as 60th Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was sworn in as Atlanta’s 60th mayor Jan. 2 after her opponent, Mary Norwood (74C), who requested a recount and challenged the results of the runoff election, conceded Dec. 20, 2017. ...

November offers perfect fall temperatures to get outside and get back in shape. Rather than spending hours on the outdated ellipticals at the Woodruff P.E. Center, students can use these nearby trails to get some much needed time outdoors and ...

The day we finished our first semester of college in 2015, my friends and I drove to the Atlanta-based Wagaya Japanese Restaurant in Midtown.  The savory broth and chewy noodles really hit the spot, so we made it a tradition ...

Blanchard Real Estate recently announced plans to develop a two-story retail space in Emory Village. The new development, which is pending approval from the DeKalb County Historic Preservation Commission, would be built at 1397-1399 Oxford Road, located across the street ...

Two restaurants are scheduled to open in Emory Village early next year. Wagaya, a Japanese restaurant, will open at 1579 N. Decatur Road, in the former site of Dankbaar Taco. A Mediterranean restaurant, Keba Sandwiches, will occupy the former site ...
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Grade: A- Price range: Approx. $25/person Dark, cozy, warm and yet still industrial chic, Double Zero, Emory Village’s newest restaurant, is a cacophony of unexpected combinations, serving a variety of Italian street foods with an original Atlanta twist. Owned by ...