Hazel Jane’s Wine Bar and Bottle Shop To Close For Good Sept. 5

Parent company Revelator Coffee only opened the business less than a year ago in the Edge mixed-use.

Hazel Jane’s, the less-than-a-year-old Eastside Beltline wine bar and bottle shop from parent company Revelator Coffee, is closing for good Saturday, September 5, according to an announcement on Instagram Monday.

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“My darlings, it is with a very heavy heart that I have to inform you all that we have decided to permanently close Saturday, September 5,” Beverage Director Melissa Davis wrote in the social media post. “…What an amazing adventure this has been, no matter how short a ride it was. We’re so honored that the community loved us as much as they did, and we will miss every single one of you who graced this restaurant with your presence. Your love for us has been absolutely awe-inspiring. What a terrible time to not be able to hug you all, that might be the saddest part of this…”

Hazel Jane’s, named for Hazel Jane Raines, Georgia’s first licensed female pilot, is situated adjacent to Kevin Gillespie’s Cold Beer in North American Properties’ Edge development.

While a reason for the closure was not cited, Eater Atlanta, which broke the news Monday of Hazel Jane’s incoming closure, says “it appears the closure is due to financial troubles stemming from the ongoing health crisis.”

Click here for all of What Now Atlanta’s closure announcements.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

8 Responses

  1. Surprised she ever even opened!
    Three builds prior to this one weren’t being paid for…
    This build was designed and bid around the 500k mark. That was to much.. The whole business was crumbling from within when this and the other three locations were being built. All four have closed and or never opened… Crazy!

  2. The Peachtree Corners location was completely finished with a C.O- ready to open!
    I heard later that after we built it, it never even opened and was closed down- back up for lease with someone else… WOW

    1. Let me break it down for you bro.
      Hazel Jane’s has a five star Yelp review.
      Chandlee and Sons has seven reviews on Yelp, six of which are hidden because of suspicious activity.
      The one review that is visible is a one star review–

      After over three years of waiting for Mr Jim Chandlee senior to live up to his commitment I had to finally take legal action, but he skipped out of his commitment by claiming bankruptcy. Now he has over $100,000 and I am still trying to get him to do what he said he would. I remember his

      final statement to me “Don’t worry we do this all the time and I am looking forward to a long

      business relationship. Don’t believe anything he says. His company and more importantly he, is not trustworthy. Bankruptcy and ducking responsibilities is not the way to a long business relationship.

  3. This is sad. I liked what they were doing there. Sorry they weren’t able to find their footing given the health crisis.

    1. Yes it is sad, and I’m guessing that there’s much more closings ahead…
      And it’s not so much about finding one’s footing– not every place can pivot to carryout. Many
      restaurants rely on intimacy, and atmosphere.

  4. Sad to see businesses go out like this, but also the less Revelator the better.
    They ran Octane into the ground in mind boggling fashion. They don’t excude competency

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