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Small Business Spotlight: Tyde Tate Kitchen

April 29, 2024

Tyde Tate Kitchen's new location at 229 Mitchell Street SW has already become a neighborhood hotspot for food, drinks, and community. Keep scrolling to learn more from Tyde Taye's very own Matt Bhamaraniyama.

Tell us about Tyde Tate Kitchen. 
We are a family-owned and operated restaurant located at 229 Mitchell Street in South Downtown. Our menu consists of comfort Thai Food that we love to eat at home. We opened our first location at Chattahoochee Food Works in April 2021, and our South Downtown location was opened back in April 2023. 

What dish would you recommend to a new customer? 
Most people like to go for Pad Thai, but personally I always recommend our Basil Chicken. It’s stir-fried minced chicken with garlic, Thai chili, basil, bell peppers, and green beans served on a bed of white rice with a fried egg to top it off!  

Why did you choose to do business in Downtown Atlanta?  
Downtown Atlanta has always been a very interesting location for us. Aside from not having many Thai spots around here, we also saw the potential that this area has with all the new developments that are happening. With the World Cup coming in 2026, we knew Downtown Atlanta was where we wanted to be. The best thing about being here is the different clientele we get coming through the door. We get guests from the airport, fans who are going to sporting events, concert goers, and folks who are attending conventions.  

Do you have a favorite Downtown memory? 
My favorite memory of Downtown would have to be hanging out at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, especially during Atlanta United games!  

What makes you excited about the future of Downtown Atlanta? 
I'm most excited about all the new developments that are in the works from Atlanta Ventures to Centennial Yards. Downtown Atlanta is finally getting the love it deserves. 

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