Headlines Bar & Grill slated for $1.2 Million renovation

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Headlines Bar & Grill slated for $1.2 Million renovation

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Philips Arena (Photo credit: lonestarthrills.coPhilips .

Philips Arena restaurant to undergo remodel.

UPDATE (Dec. 4, 2011): [Renderings] Philips Arena collaborating with Buckhead Life’s Pano Karatassos to open $2 million restaurant

Headlines Bar & Grill at Philips Arena is scheduled for a major remodel.

The 14,000-square-foot Downtown restaurant will undergo interior renovations, according to a permit filed with City of Atlanta Friday.

Johnson Studio Architecture & Design will oversee the renovations, according to the permit. Renovation specifics and project timeline have not been confirmed.

Headlines will spend approximately $1,200,000 on its renovation.

The restaurant, which is open before, during, and after Hawks games, is located above section 204 and between portals 2 and 3.

Headlines was contacted on multiple occasions but was not immediately available for comment.

Headlines Bar & Grill

1 Philips Dr NW Atlanta, GA 30303
Caleb J. Spivak
Caleb Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Atlanta (WNA). He was featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA has been named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing, and Atlanta and Jezebel Magazines.

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5 responses to “Headlines Bar & Grill slated for $1.2 Million renovation

  1. Much anticipated and greatly desired. I thought they had started the renovations already, though. It's supposed to be ready by October and pretty extensive.

  2. Any word on the Golden Buddha restaurant at street level? Isn't it closed? Do they ever plan on replacing it with something else? How about a Fox and Hound restaurant? I know it's a chain but it would probably do well there.

  3. Mike, Chains are not all bad. Your comment seems apologetic for even suggesting it. If it is good, let have it.

  4. Caleb, you don't get out to Philips much, huh?. The picture you have isn't of Phillips Arena, but its parking deck across the street next to the Glen Hotel. The photo is also pre-tornado as that whole facade is now gone. And you tried contacting them? It's a place inside the building that's only open during games. It's a glorified concession stand. That's like calling Phillips Arena and asking to speak with the hot dog stand. I give you credit for at least not mentioning the Thrashers at least.

    1. hi harry -- thanks for bringing that to our attention. and you're right, never been to be honest. not a sports person as previously discussed. i'll find a new photo. as for your "glorified" concession stand bit, that's a pretty big investment and well worth the mention.

      best regards,


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