Georgia Grille Calling It Quits After 30 Years, Lists Restaurant ‘Memorabilia’ For Sale

Antique Coca-Cola cooler, Penley art up for grabs as institution shutters permanently.
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Southeastern eatery Georgia Grille is closing its doors for good, at 2290 Peachtree Road NW, after 30 years in business, the Atlanta institution Monday posted to its Facebook page.

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News of Georgia Grille’s shutter arrives as a growing list of restaurants have started reopening their dining rooms after being closed nearly a month to fight the spread of COVID-19.

“It is time to say goodbye,” Owner Karen Hilliard wrote in the social media announcement.

“Grateful for an amazing 30 years. Grateful for the best customer-friends. Grateful for years of loyal employees. Grateful for our vendors. Grateful for everyone that joined with us to create a special place for the community to come together and celebrate life!”

Hilliard in closing the restaurant is selling Georgia Grille “memorabilia”:

  • “Georgia and Alfred” by Penley – $15,000
  • Antique Coca-Cola cooler – $3,500
  • Reception writing desk – $250
  • Old Mexican cantina bar – $250
  • Drinking Margaritas on “The Bench” – $250

Atlantans interested in purchasing any of the memorabilia are invited to reach out to Hilliard directly.

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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