Looks Like The Daily Tavern Is Closed For Good In Inman Park

New neighborhood eatery was suppose to reopen in early-February after temporarily shuttering for some 'restructuring.'
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It looks like The Daily Tavern has closed its doors for good in Inman Park. 

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The new neighborhood eatery that replaced Amara under the same ownership in late-2019 was supposed to reopen in early-February after temporarily shuttering for a “restructuring” of personnel.

It never did.

David Abes, the founder of DASH, a partner in the venture, is no longer involved in The Daily Tavern and referred us to Owner Sandeep Kothary for comment.

“DASH is no longer associated with the Daily Tavern,” Abes told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in an email.

“Sandeep is a great guy and is going to focus on opening another Tabla in Buckhead.  We enjoyed working with him.”

When asked if The Daily Tavern would be reopening, Abes said, “honestly don’t know.”

Sandeep for more than a week has not confirmed nor denied the closure when reached by WNA for comment, asking in a vague text message on February 19 if we could “keep it quiet for another couple of days.”

The restauranteur is in the throes of opening a second Tabla, this time in Buckhead.

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Seen it
4 months ago

Abes has no idea how to do restaurants in this era. I wish people would stop paying him to help them.

Inman Parker
4 months ago

I spoke with some people on site week before last. They said they’re opening a Middle Eastern restaurant there in April. The week before I talked with those guys, info went out to residents of the 870 building saying a totally new concept is coming and there will first be a redesign both inside and outside the space. I loved Amara and am sorry it closed.

Sterling
4 months ago

The problem with this location is the location itself. There is 0 parking spots available for the restaurant. They don’t offer valet and they’re just a little too far up the hill on Highland from the Atlanta BeltLine to get foot traffic. No restaurant will survive on that corner I’m afraid.

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