Cypress Street Owner To Open Hampton & Hudson in Inman Quarter

Billy Streck will bring the 'community bar and restaurant' this fall to Inman Park.

Billy Streck will bring the ‘community bar and restaurant’ this fall to Inman Park.

Billy Streck and his wife Jenn, the restauranteurs behind Cypress Street Pint & Plate, Grain, and the forthcoming Tavern Pointe, have plans to open Hampton & Hudson, Atlanta Magazine first reported Monday.

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The “community bar and restaurant” will take space in the Inman Quarter development, at 280 Elizabeth Street, this fall.

The 3,500-square-foot restaurant and patio will be fashioned after the Strecks’ travels, specifically Manhattan’s East Village, and serve up “seasonal, tavern-style, and locally sourced” eats, the report notes.

Hampton & Hudson joins MF Sushi, BarTaco, Cacao, The Stout Brothers, and a Ford Fry concept in the Inman Park development.

Click here to read Atlanta Magazine’s scoop in its entirety.

Caleb J. Spivak

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