Starting Monday, February 7th, we will only accept credit, debit and mobile payments. Thank you for understanding.
The Dragon's Tale
Welcome to The Dragon’s Tale.
The Dragon’s Tale is an opportunity for us to create a dialog with you, our valued guest. Our posts will address a wide range of subjects ranging from Dragon Bowl specific posts, general health and diet posts and posts about our involvement in the community. We hope you find our blog interesting, valuable and entertaining.
Third party delivery services like UberEats and Grubhub often take a hefty percentage of each order, leaving local restaurants with little profit. Please consider cutting out the middleman and ordering directly by phone, dragonbowlatl.com or our mobile app. Download our mobile app: Text DRAGON to 33733 • Order direct for no-contact pickup • One tap […]
Now available by the 1/2 Gallon – add to your online order for only $6! Our hand-crafted lemonade has a small-but-mighty secret. Not only is it half the calories and sugar of soda, but it’s loaded with the health-giving benefits of flaxseed and organic apple cider vinegar…all without sacrificing taste. This stuff is the real […]
To say the last 10 months have been difficult would be an understatement. Despite the challenge of balancing the interests of our guests, our employees and the business, our team remained committed to giving back to our community even as we struggled to pay our own bills. Here are some highlights from 2020: Please know […]
“Nourishing the Community...One Bowl at a Time”
When you dine at Dragon Bowl, you’re supporting a local eatery that helps make our community a better place. We care about the well-being of our neighborhood (and our guests!). That’s why you’ll often find us raising funds and hosting dine-outs for local schools & organizations.
*100,000 meals donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank
*15,000 meals donated to frontline healthcare workers & food-insecure neighbors
*$12,000 raised for local schools & nonprofits through dine-outs
*$5,500 raised for The Giving Kitchen during Chinese New Year
*$7,000 for local school garden raised during our grand opening celebration