In an 'Atlanta first,' the restaurant will offer room service to residents of the newly-opened, 24-story high-rise.
Restaurateur Billy Streck and Chef Craig Richards are opening a restaurant concept on the ground floor of Midtown’s newly-debuted apartment high rise, Lilli Midtown.
The yet-to-be-named restaurant is slated to open in the second half of 2019.
“Although Craig and I come from different backgrounds in the restaurant industry, we have the same views on how we want to take care of our customers and the quality we want to deliver," Streck said in a press release Wednesday.
"It is about the people, and it’s our job to make them feel at home while they are dining with us.”
In an “Atlanta first,” the restaurant will provide room service for the residents of Lilli Midtown.
“We’re very excited to have this caliber of operator and chef on this important corner for South Midtown, and we know our residents will be thrilled with the addition to the neighborhood,” Jarel Portman of JPX Works, who developed Lilli Midtown in collaboration with Mariner Group, said in the release.
Additional details are expected to be released in the coming months.
Lilli Midtown is a 24-story, 147-unit high-rise apartment building that is housed on a tiny, 0.31-acre site that resulted in a slender building footprint and an elongated silhouette.