[Renderings] Full Commission Will Soon Begin Its Larkin on Memorial Buildout

Developer Paces Properties recently turned over the gastropub's shell after 'months of construction delays.'

UPDATE (July 27, 2018): Check Out The Menu For Full Commission, Now Open For Breakfast and Coffee

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Full Commission will soon move forward with its Larkin on Memorial buildout after months of construction delays.

Entrepreneur-turned-restauranteur David Traxler was recently given access to the Grant Park space, he told What Now Atlanta earlier this month in an email.

“Some of the construction took longer than expected but we are staying on course,” Traxler said. “Buildout is ready to begin as soon as [the] permit is in hand.”

Full Commission was originally slated to open fall 2017. Traxler hopes to open in March 2018.

On the menu will be “southern-fusion” small plates. Beer and wine will be available on tap alongside a full bar. A selection of coffees and specialty nitro beverages will also be on hand.

Traxler describes Full Commission as a place “where capitalism meets culture, where hard work is complemented, and where time spent is never lost. It’s the peacefully warm aroma of your coffee and morning pastry, it’s the simple comfort of an afternoon beer, it’s the delight of conversation and wine.”

A pop-up for the restaurant will be held Thursday, December 21, at Petit Chou (flyer below.)

Full Commission joins Grant Park Market, Taqueria del Sol, Ramen Station, Kale Me Crazy and FirePit Pizza in the 63,000-square-foot mixed-use re-development from the developers of Krog Street Market.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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