Painted Park Replacing Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish

The restaurant concept will bring dining and lawn games to Inman Park
Painted Park Replacing Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish
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Justin Amick, who once served as the general manager of Inman Park’s now-closed Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish when it was simply “Parish,” is now opening his own business called Painted Park in the 240 North Highland Avenue NE building along with partner William Stallworth.

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Painted Park will be part of Painted Hospitality Group, Eater Atlanta Friday first reported, which includes The Painted Pin restaurant and bowling alley, and The Painted Duck at the Stockyards development, an old-school gaming parlor and restaurant combined into one facility. 

“Unfortunately, [this] was leaked by a tipster [to Eater],” Amick told What Now Atlanta. “[I am] unable to share any details at this time, [but will] hopefully be reaching back out very soon… once I officially announce details of the concept.”

The previous restaurant at the site, which had operated for 13 years before its closure this January, was owned by Concentrics Restaurants — a group founded by Bob Amick, Justin Amick’s father.  The new establishment will reportedly serve food and drinks in an outdoor seating arrangement alongside a grassy area featuring lawn games along the Eastside Beltline. 

Christina Coulter

Christina Coulter is an eager journalist from Connecticut with dogged tenacity and the sensibilities of a small-town reporter. Before and after graduating from Marist College in 2017, Christina covered local news for a slew of publications in the Northeast, including The Wilton Bulletin, the Millbrook Independent, The Kingston Times, The New Paltz Times and the Rockland Times. For nearly four years before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christina was the lead reporter for The Saugerties Times, living and breathing the goings-on of the 20,000-strong Hudson Valley community. Christina weathered the pandemic in Atlanta, where she got a taste for the city's people and flavors. After a brief stint covering news in Connecticut and New York once more with The Daily Voice, Christina was taken on by What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles, where she aims to unweave the intricacies of both cities' bright restaurant communities.

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  1. Parish was one of our favorite date night places. We’d sit at the bar and talk trash with the
    bartenders etc. Since we could walk there, we were kinda regulars and always got a warm reception.
    It seems like when Barcelona et al opened up down the street, Parish lost a good bit of business. So sad to see it go…
    Hopefully they won’t change the upstairs bar/dining room– it’s absolutely beautiful as it is! Since it’s staying in the family, maybe they’ll keep the integrity of the interior.
    Good luck!

  2. Went there for scone and coffee before there was a belt line in their backyard. Great building.

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