Planned Intown Golf Club To Include Modern American Eatery From Federico Castellucci of The Iberian Pig

Castellucci will oversee Intown Restaurant & Bar inside the venue, independent from his group CHG.
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Intown Golf Club, the planned modernized country club centered around high-end golf simulators from David Cummings and Michael Williamson, is moving forward in the Two Buckhead Plaza development. The project this month filed permits with the City of Atlanta for construction.

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In addition to being backed by a number of celebrity investors including Brooklyn Decker and her husband, retired professional tennis player Andy Roddick, the Atlanta Business Chronicle (ABC) Wednesday uncovered [paywall] Frederico Castellucci III, the CEO of Castellucci Hospitality Group, to also be an investor. Castellucci will oversee the Intown Restaurant & Bar, Intown Golf Club’s restaurant, independent from CHG. It will feature modern American cuisine inspired by Mexican and Central American influences. 

“We’re going to do some dishes that are familiar but also have some creativity to them,” Castellucci told the ABC. “We’re not going to be doing stuff that’s just straight down the fairway, for lack of a better pun.”

Designed by the Atlanta-based architecture firm ai3, the 10,675-square-foot space will feature a nearly 2,000-square-foot outdoor patio sized for 30 seats, according to construction plans. Membership prices will range around “a few thousand dollars” per year, Cummings told the ABC. Even ahead of opening in Buckhead, a Midtown Intown Golf is already in the works.

Two Buckhead Plaza is a commercial real estate development from Cousins Properties adjacent One Buckhead Plaza which is undergoing redevelopment including an overhaul to longstanding tenant Chops.

What Now Atlanta has reached out to Castellucci for comment. 

Paul Kim

Paul Kim is a senior at NYU studying Journalism and Public Policy with a minor in Food Studies. A Korean-Taiwanese American born and raised in Atlanta, Paul holds a special appreciation for the diverse food city that Atlanta has become in the last few years. Paul especially loves Korean food because they don't use cilantro in their dishes. Paul hates cilantro.
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citizenseven
2 months ago

Brooklyn Decker is very talented.

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