Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/27/17
Visit Yumbii on Peachtree Road for Mexican & Korean-Style Breakfast Tacos,
Hot & Iced Coffee from East Pole, Passionfruit Margaritas & Sriracha Bloody Mary’s
On Tuesday, July 4th, Yumbii’s taco shop on Peachtree Road is opening early and lifting its front, sidewalk-facing façade for “WILL RUN FOR TACOS: A July 4th Patio Pop-Up.” The restaurant will be serving a special menu of breakfast tacos and East Pole coffee to-go (or dine-in). Yumbii’s recently opened brick-and-mortar space is located between miles 3 and 4 of Atlanta’s annual Peachtree Road Race. Race spectators, just-finished participants, and general July 4th revelers are invited to visit Yumbii’s patio from 7 am to 11 am for dine-in or to go sips and bites, and from 11 am until 4 pm, Yumbii will serve its regular menu, available here.
For this special pop-up, menu options will include Mexican-style breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, ribeye beef (or tofu), jack cheese, pico de gallo, cilantro + spicy salsa verde OR Korean-style breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, ribeye beef (or tofu), Sriracha cheese, Yumbii red sauce, red onion + cilantro.
Pair breakfast tacos with a hot or iced cold coffee from Atlanta’s own East Pole, or head inside the taco shop for fresh-squeezed passionfruit margaritas or housemade Sriracha Bloody Mary’s.
Founded by Carson Young in 2010, Yumbii is Atlanta’s first and favorite food truck and brick-and-mortar taco shop serving dishes drawing from Mexican, Asian, and Southern flavors. Yumbii’s taco shop is located in South Buckhead’s Brookwood Village at 1927 Peachtree Road NE. A neighborhood spot for lunch, happy hour, and dinner, Yumbii is open daily from 11am to 9pm. The brand has received an outpouring of accolades over the years, including Atlanta Magazine’s “Best Food Truck,” Creative Loafing’s “Readers’ Choice for Best Food Truck,” and The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “Best of the Big A.”
About East Pole
East Pole Coffee Co. has been providing Atlanta restaurants and cafés with top-notch, locally-roasted coffee since 2015. With a focus on quality and single-origin, in-season coffee selections, the roastery bootstrapped its way out of a Grant Park garage and into partnerships with some of the busiest coffee shops in Atlanta, like 8 Arm and Taproom. East Pole will be opening its brick and mortar coffee bar + roastery in late summer as part of the Armour Yards development in Midtown, at 255 Ottley Dr., two doors down from SweetWater Brewery.