New Restaurant Called The Sparrow Planned for Midtown

The establishment is proposed for a space next to Marlow's Tavern on Peachtree Street.
New Restaurant Called The Sparrow Planned for Midtown
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A new restaurant is planned for Midtown.

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The Sparrow is proposed for 950 W Peachtree Street NW, according to a recent liquor license application. The space is located at Plaza Midtown, next to Marlow’s Tavern and across from the Nine15 Midtown apartment complex.

Operating hours for the restaurant are expected to be 11 a.m. to 10 pm., according to the application. The approximately 2,600-square-foot space can seat 40 people.

Ownership for the restaurant could not be immediately reached for more information about when The Sparrow is expected to open or what type of food will be on the menu.

The Sparrow does not appear to have any relation to Little Sparrow, a Ford Fry restaurant located on Howell Mill Road.

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt is the Editor/Reporter for What Now Atlanta. She has been in the journalism industry since graduating from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, gathering experience in copy editing, writing and social media. With a passion for helping people find their new favorite places, Libby enjoys highlighting small businesses, trying new coffee shops and exploring a city's signature spots. Originally from Salt Lake City, she loves discovering all the Peach State has to offer.
Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt

Libby Allnatt is the Editor/Reporter for What Now Atlanta. She has been in the journalism industry since graduating from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, gathering experience in copy editing, writing and social media. With a passion for helping people find their new favorite places, Libby enjoys highlighting small businesses, trying new coffee shops and exploring a city's signature spots. Originally from Salt Lake City, she loves discovering all the Peach State has to offer.
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