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American Food & Beverage Has Closed

The Shops Buckhead Atlanta tenant calls it quits after one year.

The Shops Buckhead Atlanta tenant calls it quits after one year.

Texas-based Raised Palate Restaurants has just confirmed that its second location of American Food & Beverage has closed today.

According to a press release issued today, January 14th, Raised Palate has decided to discontinue the American Food & Beverage brand nationwide. The restaurant group instead plans to focus their efforts on their restaurants in their home base of Texas.

The Shops Buckhead Atlanta is disappointed that Raised Palate is closing American Food & Beverage but understand that a change in corporate strategy is the reason for the decision,” said General Manager Michael Diamantides in Thursday’s press release.

“Though we certainly regret the closing of American Food and Beverage, we look forward to continuing our relationship with Oliver McMillan as we plan to focus our combined efforts on a different brand concept in the Texas markets,” said Christine Magrann, Executive Officer of Talent and Operation at Raised Palate Restaurants in the press release.

Raised Palate Restaurant Group manages Thirteen Pies restaurant, also a tenant at Buckhead Atlanta.

Twelve new retailers are set to open at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta in 2016, including Tom Ford, Dior, COS, NARS, Lindbergh, Kit & Ace, Flywheel, and Ferguson Bath, Kitchen, & Lighting Gallery.

Thursday's press release on the door of American Food & Beverage.
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Thursday’s press release on the door of American Food & Beverage.

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Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

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