The Abby Singer Pulls out of Pratt Pullman District

Owner Mike Horn made the announcement over social media, suggesting the restaurant will relocate.
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After less than a year in operation at the Pratt Pullman District, The Abby Singer, a gastropub from Mike Horn, has announced it will close its doors.

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The announcement, made over social media on January 12th, reads, “Friends and Neighbors- it is with great pride, and also great sadness, we announce that The Abby Singer has closed its doors at our current location at Pullman Yards. We are so thankful for all the support we have had over the past 9 months from the Kirkwood community.”

All is not lost, however, as the post goes on to suggest Horn will relocate his restaurant in the coming months: “In the spirit of fresh starts in the New Year, we are excited to join a new venture and will share details and that new location soon.”

Eater Atlanta first reported on this story and cites rumors of “a breakdown in the relationship between the restaurant and the development’s landlord” as possible reasons for the relocation.

We reached out to Horn for comment but did not hear back at the time of publication, so it remains to be seen when and where The Abby Singer will reemerge.

The pub, recently voted “Best New Kid-Friendly Atlanta Destinations of 2021” by Mommy Poppins, serves up bites like Deep Fried Cheese Curds, Cheddar Grits, and the Juicy Lucy burger, a half-pound of beef with molten American cheese in the center, topped off with caramelized onions and dill pickle chips.

The Abby Singer will continue to make announcements over its social media channels. Stay tuned.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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