Wildleaf Planned For Terminus In Buckhead

Healthy eatery planned to open this fall.

Healthy eatery planned to open this fall.

UPDATE (January 13, 2017): Wildleaf Will ‘Soft Open’ in Terminus Saturday

A new, healthy concept is in the works at Terminus in Buckhead.

Wildleaf will specialize in salads, grain bowls and wraps and cater to the late morning and lunch crowd, owner David Morse told What Now Atlanta Tuesday.

The concept is intended to be similar to other health-oriented eateries such as Sweetgreen, but “more tailored to the Atlanta palate.” Though not all ingredients will be local and organic, Wildleaf will consistently offer such ingredients and menu items on rotation seasonally.

For dessert, the eatery will serve up frozen yogurt, including a green tea flavor with healthy toppings such as granola. Wildleaf will also partner with a local juice brand.

Morse’s culinary partner is Randy Lewis, formerly Executive Chef at both The Southern Gentleman and Gypsy Kitchen.

The eatery won’t serve breakfast initially, but Morse says that over time, he would like to introduce a breakfast menu which would include avocado toast.

As of now, hours of operation will be from 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM. Contingent on permitting, Wildleaf is slated to open in early fall.

How do you think the concept will do at this location? Tell us below…

Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

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3 Comments

  1. Not sure why other then our recent explosion of Juice Bar’s we have almost zero healthy and or vegetarian restaurants in GA.

  2. We are still waiting for this place to open. As long as their price point is inline with other options in the area, I think they will do great. Once you pass the $10 price point for a take-out place, that’s excessive. I am hoping it is reasonably priced, that I can frequent it more than once a week.

  3. With a salad base price of $8.50 (not including protein) + $3.00 and up for chicken, shrimp, salmon, etc…+ drink + tax. I think it is a little pricey for a salad. In the same complex they have Bricktops w great salads at $16.00, & Jacks NY Deli with $11.00 great salads also. They have a lot of competition I hope they are up for it!

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