Saturday, March 23, 2019
South Downtown Atlanta Mitchell Street Pop Up Row

Mitchell Street will host several pop-ups as a kickoff to South Downtown revitalization

South Downtown developer Newport hopes to fill the spaces along Mitchell Street, ranging from 750 square feet to 1,400 square feet, with local businesses, makers, nonprofits, and more before starting renovations on permanent spaces.

Cultivate Food and Coffee opening on Howell Mill Road

Café at Pharr owner Johnny Liu is opening a coffee, breakfast, and lunch spot called Cultivate on the Westside. Located on Howell Mill Road near Collier, Cultivate will serve Southern cuisine “with a lot of flair.”
142 Forest Avenue House Envy

House Envy: This historic cottage is about as close as it gets to Marietta Square

Once home to a traveling doctor and a law office, this more-than-100-year-old cottage has a storied history. Thanks to an extensive renovation over the past year, it has been restored to its original beauty as a single-family home.
Torch Fitness W Midtown

Torch Fitness’s “First & 10” football-themed workout was squat-heavy but fun

On Super Bowl Saturday, Torch Fitness hosted a free football-themed workout session at the W Atlanta-Midtown Hotel that leaned heavy on the squats, but high-energy instructors kept the crowd moving.
Souper Jenny Decatur closing February 16

Souper Jenny Decatur closes on Saturday; Roswell location to open in mid-March

“We loved building the Decatur community. It’s bittersweet leaving,” owner Jenny Levison says. “It’s the right decision, and all of our staff has been relocated to our other stores, so no one is losing their job.”

New from the Hop City team, Boxcar restaurant promises 1,000 beers and 800 wines

The Hop City Craft Beer & Wine team is opening its second restaurant in West End's Lee + White development in March. Boxcar will allow Barleygarden chef Matt Hutchins to "create things that [are] a little more sophisticated."
My Style: Lauren Haynes

My Style: Lauren Haynes, founder and CEO of Wooden Spoon Herbs

Herbalist Lauren Haynes spends a lot of time in the woods. Her small-batch apothecary, Wooden Spoon Herbs, uses plants to create healing salves, creams, syrups, and tinctures and is housed in an 800-square-foot studio in the North Georgia mountains.

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