Owner of Charleston’s Queen Street Grocery To Open ‘Field Day’ and ‘Everyday’

The concepts—a cafe and patio bar, and a grab-and-go market respectively—will open in the former Across The Street space.

Rob Bouton, the owner of Charleston’s Queen Street Grocery Cafe, is planning two new concepts for Atlanta.

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Field Day will be a “cafe and patio bar” adjacent a “grab-and-go market” called Everyday, Bouton Tuesday afternoon told What Now Atlanta in an email.

“There can only be one Queen, she lives in Charleston, but her energy and vibe and feel are coming to Atlanta,” Bouton said.

Field Day and Everyday will replace the now-shuttered Across The Street (ATS) Mexican restaurant and its adjacent market space, at 668 and 670 Highland Avenue NE.

Across The Street closed in February.

The format of Across The Street—a restaurant with an extensive patio—and its adjacent market are similar to the format of Field Day and Everyday.

So, a typical restaurant buildout might not be necessary and could explain the very-near opening.

Look for a “late summer, early fall” debut, according to Bouton.

Eater Atlanta first uncovered plans for the part-restaurateur, part-actor to open something in the City after Bouton teased photos on Instagram of the ATS space.


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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

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