Dinner and a movie.
In your parent’s basement.
Why eat out at a restaurant when you can get perfectly scrumptious tuna fish casserole to take home?
Casseroles will open in Morningside sometime between late January to early February, according to restaurateur Hunter Hanger.
Owners Betsy McKay, Hunter Hanger, and John Brown will combine classic casseroles with vegetarian and vegan options (for take out) at their shop located at 1393 N. Highland avenue, “below and behind” Movies Worth Seeing.
It’s “southern warmth and hospitality with an urban, yet neighborly, spirit.” Sure hope those aren’t ingredients for one of them casseroles.
Hunter Hanger emailed Creative Loafing late yesterday announcing the concept:
I thought that I would drop you a line to introduce myself. A friend and I are opening up a casserole shop (called Casseroles) in Morningside late January/early February 2011 and I wanted to get us on your radar.
It will be a to-go casserole shop with not only the classic casseroles but also vegetarian and vegan fare for a more healthy twist on the traditional recipes. There will also be a retail area so that our customers can create a gifting experience for new neighbors, new parents, the sickly, or bereaving family members. The concept combines Southern warmth and hospitality with an urban, yet neighborly, spirit.
If they make a mean green bean casserole, consider them on your way to the relatives house for Thanksgiving this year.
1393 N. Highland Avenue
Atlanta GA, 30306