Doc's NEW restaurant concept

Dragon Bowl Now Open at Emory Village

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Made From Scratch

So is the Doc Chey's way.

Garlic Eggplant Stir Fry

Wok-seared Japanese eggplant, red
peppers & onions in sweet garlic sauce

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Thursday Dec, 18th - Wednesday, Dec. 24th

Massaman Curry

Thursday Dec, 18th - Wednesday, Dec. 24th

Kung Pao Stirfry

Friday Dec, 19th - Saturday, Dec. 20th

Vietnamese Shrimp Tacos (ltd qty)

Friday Dec, 19th - Sunday, Dec. 21st

Sweet Chili Calamari (ltd qty)

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    GIFT CARDS for all the Noodleheads on your list (bonus raffle for members)

    Our gift cards are available for purchase in-store in any value from $5 to $500, and are redeemable at ANY HomeGrown location: Doc Chey’s (Grant Park or Morningside), Dragon Bowl (Emory), or Osteria 832 (Va-Hi)!  Perfectly sized for greeting card Read more...

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    Citizen of the Year

    The Atlanta Fire Department recently awarded Rich Chey the 2014 Citizen Award of Honor “for more than 17 years of exemplary service and support to Atlanta Fire Rescue in the community”. We are proud to say that HomeGrown Restaurants has raised over $100,000 Read more...

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    Doc Chey’s Emory is now DRAGON BOWL! (same people, different restaurant, different menu)

    Rich Chey unveiled his new concept Dragon Bowl at the Emory Village location on Tuesday, July 22nd.   The former Doc Chey’s Noodle House at Emory Village has transformed into a new restaurant concept that focuses on customized bowls piled high with grilled Read more...

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    Run the Doc Chey’s Race

    Dude, it’s only a mile! We’re celebrating our 17th anniversary by hosting the Morningside Mile race & block party on Sunday, March 29, 2015 (noon-2pm). *100% benefits the restoration of the Historic Virginia Highland Fire Station. *Cash Prizes *Great Swag Read more...


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“We Believe in Good Karma”

When we opened the first Doc Chey’s in 1997, our goal was simple: operate a neighborhood restaurant that serves our guests affordable, delicious, pan-Asian food.  Although we have been true to our original mission, we quickly learned that we had an even greater mission, and that was to improve the communities we serve.

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Swipe a Karma Card on each visit to earn points & you’ll be duly rewarded with free food and other good karma. As the karma gods say, “what goes around, comes around”!

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