Vinings Jubilee Restaurants, Retailers Pivot to Continue Serving Community During Pandemic

Here are the latest updates on how the shopping center is adjusting in light of current events.

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While many shopping centers have opted to completely shutter during the COVID-19 pandemic, Vinings Jubilee is working hand-in-hand with its tenants to continue serving the community.

“While the landscape of COVID-19 is ever-evolving, the health and safety of our tenants and patrons is our number one priority,” David Cochran, president and CEO of Paces Properties, the owner of Vinings Jubilee, said Thursday in a press release.

“We plan to follow all the guidelines set forth by the government and respect any decisions our retailers choose to make for their best interest. We have always loved being a gathering place for our community to enjoy and we look forward to being able to serve them all again in a safe manner.”

Here are how Vinings Jubilee’s tenants have responded to the pandemic:

Café at Pharr
Café at Pharr is still open for business, offering curbside pickup and delivery to select locations.

Cold Stone Creamery
The nationwide ice cream purveyor is still scooping and offering curbside pickup.

The store is closed but Fab’rik’s online store is up and running, offering everything from spring dresses to loungewear.

Mellow Mushroom
Mellow Mushroom Vinings is open for business and offering curbside pickup, delivery through third party services and meal packages including a “movie night” with pizza and wings and a “Veg Head” package with hummus and salad.

Southern Baked Pie Company
Call ahead to place your order and arrange for curbside delivery. If you’re looking to stay home, they also offer delivery and shipping.

Waiting on Martha Everyday + Waiting on Martha HOME
While Waiting on Martha Everyday and Waiting on Martha HOME are temporarily closed, they are continuing to offer online shopping.

The Whimsy Cookie Company
The Whimsy is open for business and not only delivering but also offering care packages to mail to friends and family, including decorating kits.

A+ Pediatrics, Another Broken Egg, Banana Republic, Boardroom Salon, Dermani Medspa, Etc. East, HotBox, J. McLaughlin, Loft, Orangetheory, Paces & Vine, Pure Barre, Read Shop by the Merchant, SOHO, and Stockyard Burgers & Bones are all temporarily closed until further notice.

[Editor’s note: The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is rapidly evolving as is its effect on Atlanta, and the City’s businesses and its residents. Click here for What Now Atlanta’s ongoing coverage of the crisis. For guidance and updates on the pandemic, please visit the C.D.C. website.]

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

2 Responses

    1. Travis, thanks for the note. We always disclose our relationship anytime there’s a potential conflict. This is NOT an advertorial, or pad content in any way. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re covering businesses in ways we normally wouldn’t in an effort to support the community in these uncertain times.

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