Painted Park, a new concept from Painted Hospitality, is targeting a January opening right after the New Year.
Painted Park is a recreational place of assembly, greenspace, and a private events venue, according to a press release. It will be located in the former Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish space in Inman Park on North Highland Avenue.
The concept is slated to include two indoor bars, a full kitchen, two patios, a lower level vintage gaming room, a floating suspended DJ booth, dance floor, and a signature namesake “park” directly on the Eastside BeltLine Trail. The park will include a gazebo bar, fire pits, classic lawn and beach games and an underground tunnel connecting to the building structure. The lower level vintage gaming room will feature a mix of complimentary classic pub, table, house branded card, dice, tile and board games.
Painted Park’s menu will include shareable small plates, salads/bowls, sandwiches, a signature house cut frites section and a “baskets” category. Beverages will include signature and classic cocktails, local and craft beer and artisanal wines by the glass and bottle.
“This location is a special place for me and many members of our team,” Justin Amick, president and CEO of Painted Hospitality, said in a press release. “It’s a real full circle moment as I was part of the opening team and GM at my family’s restaurant that was this building’s previous concept, Parish, 15 years ago.
“It is also where I first met and worked with three senior leadership members of Painted Hospitality, including our Executive Chef Thomas Collins (then Sous Chef), Director of Service/Hospitality Jessica Rucco (then server), and Director of Operations Robert Nonemaker (then busser). It’s also where my business partner, William Stallworth, did his management training prior to us opening The Painted Pin in 2014. We are so excited to be coming home where it all started and believe we have one of the best spaces on the entire Eastside Trail.”