The rustic Italian restaurant Indaco prepares to open in the heart of the Beltline Eastside Trail in the 725 Ponce development, according to a new building permit application filed with the City of Atlanta.
Indaco is one of several restaurants owned and operated by the Indigo Road Hospitality Group, which has two other Indaco locations in its originating Charleston, South Carolina.
Construction, helmed by Charleston-based Lennon Construction Company, is estimated at $950,000 for the 4,845 square-foot space.
Indaco will be in prime location to attract new patrons at 725 Ponce, which is connected directly to the bustling Beltline, a 22-mile trail with a myriad of shops and restaurants.
This is Indigo Road Hospitality Group’s fifth restaurant in Atlanta; they already operate four other restaurants, including Sukoshi, Colletta, Oak Steakhouse Avalon and O-Ku Sushi Atlanta.
In Charleston, Indaco — which translates to “indigo” in Italian — serves up cuisine prepared by executive chef Mark Bolchoz. There is still no word on who will take control at Indaco’s new Atlanta location, or when it will open. However, you can expect the restaurant’s signature wood-fired pizzas, hand-crafted pastas, house-made salami and cured sausages.