The Barrelhouse on Monday, September 24, will open its Old Fourth Ward doors, at 701-5 Highland Ave NE, replacing Cast Iron.
Previously operating out of Midtown’s Tech Square for seven years, the neighborhood pub announced the decision to move earlier this year.
“The relocation will allow the restaurant to incorporate itself into a dynamic in-town neighborhood while growing its kitchen, dining space and offerings,” according to a press release Thursday.
The 2,500 square-foot space will seat 104 guests total, with 68 seats in the dining room, 12 bar seats and an additional 24 seats on the patio.
“We have added exciting upgrades to the existing interior with a large focus on the spacious patio space,” James Brooks, owner of The Barrelhouse, said in the release.
“The Barrelhouse will continue to be the perfect place to share a meal with friends, and relax over a beer or cocktail. We can’t wait to be the ‘living room’ for Old Fourth Ward residents and other in-town neighbors.”
To celebrate the restaurant’s relocation, The Barrelhouse will host a “neighborhood preview” in correlation with the Old Fourth Ward Fall Fest and Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade.
During the neighborhood preview Saturday, September 22, neighbors are invited to stop in starting at 6 p.m. for food and drink features and “plenty of sports coverage on the restaurant’s many TVs.”
The Barrelhouse will be open for lunch, dinner and late night from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. with brunch on Saturday and Sunday.