Bakery, Café, and Marketplace Le Bon Nosh Opening in The Irby in 2020

Executive Chef Forough Vakili studied at Le Cordon Bleu, worked at the two Michelin star restaurant L’Auberge de Glazicks.
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Le Bon Nosh, a bakery, café, and marketplace, has secured space in The Irby, according to a press release Wednesday.

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SRS Real Estate Partners, the firm managing leasing for the planned Buckhead highrise, recently solidified a lease with Owner Forough Vakili for Le Bon Nosh.

It will occupy a 4,333-square-foot space in The Irby, a Broadstone Community coming soon to 65 Irby Avenue.

Le Bon Nosh’s space will include an outdoor patio and is scheduled to open in summer 2020.

Vakili, a Georgia Tech chemical engineering graduate and a Le Cordon Bleu student, will serve also serve as executive chef.

Post-graduation, she added to her culinary skills in France at the two Michelin star restaurant L’Auberge de Glazicks, before returning to Atlanta as a culinary consultant for Porsche Cars North America and Bon Appetìt Management Company.

“The bulk of our offerings will come directly from local farmers and purveyors,” Vakili said in the release.

“Simple and local ingredient-driven dishes” and food education will be at the restaurant’s focus.

VakiliLe Bon Nosh’s interiors will be designed by Commune.

The Irby, currently under construction, will be a 12-story building with 277 apartment units.

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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