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Deep End Officially Closes, Is Called a 'Very Bad Experiment' By Property Management

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Deep End Officially Closes, Is Called a 'Very Bad Experiment' By Property Management

'It was a very poor decision on ownerships part to have that type of tenant at Southern Dairies and we apologize for the disturbance and appearance of the building and the grounds.'

Deep End has officially shuttered in Old Fourth Ward.

The restaurant's last day in business, at 621 North Avenue NE B100, was Sunday, April 14.

Deep End's closure seemed imminent when parent company 10 Apart Hospitality filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy for Deep End in February.

What Now Atlanta Wednesday obtained an email from Raulet that was sent to tenants regarding the closure.

Raulet is the property management firm for Southern Dairies.


Dear tenants:

The very bad experiment with the Deep End bar has ended and we will be cleaning up and refitting the space with a new tenant such as a showroom, office, high-end night time restaurant or event space.

It was a very poor decision on ownerships part to have that type of tenant at Southern Dairies and we apologize for the disturbance and appearance of the building and the grounds.

That will not happen again.

Also, look for some very exciting rebranding of Southern Dairies with new signage, buildings being painted and exciting graphics.

Thank you all for your patience over the last year.


The taco joint, self-described as a "fun, casual place to have great drinks and great times," confirmed the closure on its Facebook page Wednesday.

"Closed at North Avenue, open in our hearts," according to the social media post.

Deep End first opened late-2017 replacing 4th and Swift.

The restaurant was known for its "live entertainment like trivia and comedy shows," tacos, and "3,000 plus games across 15 screens" including Atari, Gameboy, Nintendo, Sega, and N64.

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Caleb Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Atlanta (WNA). He was featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA has been named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing, and Atlanta and Jezebel Magazines.

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