UPDATE (August 31): Bazati’s Many Shops And Restaurants Now Open in Common Ground
The 7,000-square-foot space housed inside a 1940s industrial warehouse was originally slated to open in July.
Construction delays have pushed the opening.
It features The Brasserie, an eatery “evoking 1920s Paris,” as well as eight specialty retail shops, according to a press release Monday.
“We’re bringing a truly authentic French experience to Atlanta with The Brasserie, and Bazati will offer unique gifts and collectibles that simply can’t be found elsewhere, including online,” Scott Wilkins, a partner at The Diligence Company, Bazati’s parent company, said in the release.
The Brasserie will offer 23-foot ceilings and a 3,000-square-foot patio and garden with seating for dining and drinking al fresco.
Goods retailed will include flowers from The Fleur Shop, books from Taschen, Yucatecan textiles from Taller Maya, leather goods from Blumarino, handcrafted sunglasses from Bamboo Life, and more.