The grill and bar currently operates a Sandy Springs location serving up home style South Indian food.
NPU-K will be reviewing plans and a request for a rezoning to facilitate a multi-family and commercial development containing affordable housing units.
While adopting new codes to incentivize affordable housing was permanently put on hold, the Council amended the City Charter to fund affordable housing preservation and construction through City funds.
Proposed grocer is a part of a larger redevelopment plan spanning 11.37 acres with plans to include over 14,000 square feet of commercial space.
Guests will be free to move about the space with out being confined to one single table or server, something the restaurant is billing as a new 'innovative model' in dining out.