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Grant Henry, a priest-in-training turned over-night businessman sensation with the opening of Sister Louisa’s Church of The Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium, will unveil his newest concept Church Murch, next month.
Henry on his personal Facebook page Wednesday announced the retail version of his nationally-recognized bar will debut September 7, at 489 Edgewood Ave SE.
“There is not another shop like it in Atlanta, probably in the Southeast,” Henry wrote in the post. “Guaranteed to be a jaw dropper where there will be something for everyone!”
Besides featuring all things Sister Louisa, shoppers can snag everything from “both primitive and modern” furniture including church pews and chandeliers, to “specialty vintage clothing items” and greeting cards.
Claudia R. Thompson of Providence Antiques on Highland Avenue for 21 plus years is teaming up with Henry to help create “the most magically pleasing environment” inside Church Murch.
“I’ve stated many times before, Claudia is Atlanta’s Genius Creative/Designer. We are giggling with joy that we finally get the opportunity to work together again.”
Church Murch will be open during the day Monday through Friday, and will have “nighttime bar hours on the weekend.”
“Church Murch is my gift back to Atlanta for being so accepting of Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium. An ignorant thank you hug, so to speak.”