The Indigo Road, Group Behind O-Ku, Opening Donetto in West Midtown

The Charleston-based hospitality group this week filed plans to buildout the restaurant in Stockyards Atlanta.

The Charleston-based hospitality group this week filed plans to buildout the restaurant in Stockyards Atlanta.

The Indigo Road, a hospitality group headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, is moving forward with plans to open Donetto, the company’s latest Atlanta concept.

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A building permit application this week was filed with City of Atlanta to buildout the restaurant in the forthcoming Stockyards Atlanta project, at 976 Brady Avenue.

“The Indigo Road can confirm a concept in [Stockyards] to be named Donetto,” a company spokesperson Wednesday told What Now Atlanta in an email.

“We are excited to share more information in the new year.”

Stockyards earlier this year announced The Indigo Road would open a restaurant there, but at the time, the concept was nameless.

An estimated $86,000 could be spent building out the 4,300-square-foot Donetto, joining The Painted Pin Duck, Fitzgerald and Co., and Momentum Worldwide in Stockyards.

The Indigo Road in Atlanta owns and operates O-Ku, Oak Steakhouse, Colletta, and a pop-up sushi concept in Colony Square.

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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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West Midtown
3 years ago

Is Public School (the LA restaurant) still opening here?

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