Revealed! Urban Cannibals Team Planning Third Restaurant

In addition to a 2nd UC and Madre + Mason, the owners will open Tipple + Rose Tea Parlor + Apothecary.

In addition to a second UC and Madre + Mason, the owners will open Tipple + Rose Tea Parlor + Apothecary.

What Now Atlanta (WNA) this week broke news that Calavino Donati and Doria Roberts will open a second Urban Cannibals and a new Latin-inspired Southern restaurant, Madre + MAson, in Midtown.

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Wednesday Atlanta Magazine revealed on its Covered Dish blog the duo is planning a third restaurant concept nearby in Virginia-Highland.

Donati and Roberts are looking to open Tipple + Rose Tea Parlor + Apothecary, at 806 N. Highland Avenue, in space formerly occupied by Key Lime Pie Salon & Wellness Spa.

Tipple will be a “full-service tea shop with more than 100 teas, a ‘sniffing bar’ for learning about the aromatics of tea, a private tearoom for workshops and tea ceremonies, and an apothecary with soaps, bitters, syrups, and drinking vinegars,” according to the report.

The tea shop will also serve up food during breakfast and lunch like “biscuits, croissants, quiche, cucumber finger sandwiches, and tea-brined duck salad, as well as a variety of scones, such as strawberry basil with white balsamic glaze.”

Which of the three forthcoming restaurants are you most excited for? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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