Monday, April 22nd, 2013
Asian Concept Provides Healthy Options to Busy Atlanta Intersection
The burgeoning Pencil Factory Flats & Shops is pleased to announce the opening of Chow Bing, a fast-casual Asian concept featuring natural, sustainable and primarily gluten-free options. Proprietor Gary Lin is already known for his popular Asian concepts “R Rice” located in Sandy Springs and “Papa Chow” on Camp Creek Parkway.
“Chow Bing is an ideal addition to a perfect tenant mix at the Pencil Factory”, says Aaron Goldman, President of Perennial Properties, the Pencil Factory’s developer. “This rapidly expanding community plays hosts to thousands of commuters, students and residents that will undoubtedly thrive off of this healthy, fast and economical option”.
Chow Bing offers signature or build your own “Bing (burrito) or Bowl” options featuring premium proteins, vegetables and sauces from $8.00 and below. Sides (lobster philly wontons, sesame fries) and soups and salads will also be available ranging from $2.25-$4.50. Chow Bing will also offer a first come, first serve daily Blue Plate special such as the half chicken (fried or baked) served with rice, boiled tea egg, pickled radish and broccoli for $8.75.
A native of Fujian, China, proprietor Gary Lin boasts an inspiring story. He arrived in New York City at the ripe age of 19 knowing no English. He began as a restaurant dishwasher and has never left the business. He views Chow Bing as his piece de resistance and is extremely excited to share “responsible Chinese food” with Atlanta.
Pencil Factory Flats & Shops, located at the historic intersection of Hill Street and Decatur Street, is fast becoming one of Intown Atlanta’s premier mixed use communities. Chow Bing is joining an array of businesses in the thriving Pencil Factory Lofts which offers complimentary hassle free parking.
349 Decatur Street 404-614-6199