Atlanta businesses continue to push forward and bring promise for the city’s economic future despite ongoing pandemic.
In doing their part to 'slow the spread,' owners of these establishments have closed their dining rooms. Check back for around-the-clock updates.
Effective immediately, all of the Atlanta-based hospitality company's restaurants have closed including Bold Monk Brewing Co., Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery, White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, and Richards’ Southern Fried.
Although COVID-19 concerns loom, management is anxious to reintroduce the several-decade-old institution ASAP.
Deliveries will be made for a $15 charge within the city of Atlanta and facilitated by members of the CACAO team.
Midtown eatery joins Shake Shack and others in closing dining rooms, shifting to mobile models, and altering operating hours during pandemic.
Burger chain's dining rooms are closed indefinitely in The Shops at Buckhead Atlanta, Perimeter Mall, and Old Fourth Ward.
218-key hotel will be steps away from Lenox Square PATH400 walking trail, MARTA.
Relocated, larger shop will feature broadened lineup of fair and ethically made home items, hand-picked decor and accessories from local and global artisans.