Vinings restaurant to welcome the public with dinner service at 5 p.m. Friday.
The team at the helm of Murphy’s Restaurant in Virginia-Highland announced in a press release Friday its sister concept Paces & Vine will open at 5 p.m. Friday, October 24 for dinner service.
Atlanta hospitality veteran Tom Murphy along with executive chef Ian Winslade, director of operations Dave Green and general manager Dwayne Wiseman lead Paces & Vine’s management and culinary teams.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce Paces & Vine and establish the concept in another one of Atlanta’s most loved neighborhoods,” Murphy said in the release.
“Vinings diners have been crossing the city to Virginia-Highland to dine at Murphy’s for years, in many ways the neighborhoods are very similar, so we are confident Vinings is a perfect fit. We are excited to build a dining cornerstone right in the heart of their community.”
Dinner entrees feature slow cooked salmon steak with wild rice risotto, Swiss chard and blood orange red miso, gulf red snapper a la plancha with a sweet and spicy carrot sauce, bulgur wheat and cucumber and an offering of steaks including an 18 ounce bone-in rib-eye and eight ounce filet mignon (view the menu it its entirety here.)
The contemporary American comfort food restaurant in the Vinings neighborhood of Atlanta is located in the Vinings Jubilee shopping center, at 4300 Paces Ferry Road (Paces has replaced the now shuttered Garrison’s.)
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