Whole Foods, as part of the expansion of one of its Atlanta locations, is opening a fast-casual Brazilian restaurant, according to Atlanta Magazine.

The restaurant, tentatively called Roast, will be the first of its kind for the company. It will seat nearly 50 people and feature digital ordering kiosks. The restaurant will also include pool tables and space for a live DJ. A bar menu, available during evening hours, will include beer, wine, spirits and cocktails.

As part of the Brazilian churrasco concept, diners will choose a protein and build a fire-roasted bowl incorporating greens, grains and sauces. The restaurant is part of the third phase of the location's renovation, which includes a 5,000-square-foot expansion into an existing space that formerly housed a Staples.