Paris Bistro opening in BB&T building at Atlantic Station

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Cafe taking space inside Midtown office building.

Paris Bistro is opening a Midtown location.

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The cafe will take space inside the BB&T building, at 271 17th Street, according to a permit filed with City of Atlanta Friday.

Paris Bistro will occupy 2,035-square-feet of space at the office building. Converting the space into a cafe will cost an estimated $61,000, according to the permit.

Teknion, an office furniture showroom, is also opening inside the BB&T building at Atlantic Station.

 

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Harry
8 years ago

Paris Bistro used to be in my office building and it was straight up terrible. Neither Paris nor a bistro, just a bodega with a crappy deli.

Upon first learning this news, I was very excited. Did a quick Google search and reviews were disappointing.

There are a lot of new residents and visitors to Atlantic Station that will try them without bias from their previous service. I’m crossing my fingers that they get this right. I am really getting behind this development.

Congrats on your position with Atlantic Station!

M Long
8 years ago

As soon as I saw the $61000 dollr price tag on the rennovation I knew it was not a real restaurant……..

SB
8 years ago

There is a Paris Bistro in my building at Northpark, this is a chain of office building cafes. They had one in Alpharetta at a smallish building my wife was at. Nothing at all special. Their breakfast is actually a good deal and hard to mess up eggs.

8 years ago

I knew nothing about this restaurant’s other locations or the cost of their buildout but the name was a sure sign of mediocrity.

Urbanist
8 years ago

So the “local vendor” strategy is really a “regional chain” strategy, designed to replace the criminal element at Atlantic Station with a soulless, pitiful, sad excuses for restaurants. Atlantic Station is a surprisingly nice community, from a simple amenity perspective. The grocery store, the Target, the gym, the movie theater – all these are nice amenities to have if you live there, but when it comes to any entertainment or dining options, it’s better to be avoided. Of course, from the owner’s perspective, it can’t be avoided. The nitwits that developed the project thought it would be a good idea… Read more »

Ericson
8 years ago

Well, Urbanist, the BB&T building is not actually managed by North American Properties. Because of that, they have no influence on what medicocre office cafes inhabit it’s lobby. Sorry, but you can’t go after them this time.

Conflicted
8 years ago

More employees of atlantic station cross this blog than the 17th street bridge!

ML
8 years ago

The cafe in the Wells Fargo building used to be a Paris Bistro. I think it’s now called the Atlantic Bistro. As a BB&T building employee, I’m kiiind of excited to get a warm breakfast occasionally. That’s assuming they’ll be serving breakfast… right? Right?!

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