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Founder Steve Palmer opened the original Indaco location in Charleston in 2013. Now, he’s bringing it to his native Atlanta in a prime location: 725 Ponce, across the BeltLine from the original Sears-Roebuck building (now Ponce City Market) where his great-grandmother worked.
In January, the Inman Park space formerly known as Parish (which closed in early 2021) will welcome guests once again. It’s a full circle moment for Justin Amick, who is turning the building into Painted Park.
Todd Richards, Cedric McCroery, Allen Suh are back with this new location of the beloved Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport restaurant, serving creative Southern-meets-Asian dishes.
In his new book, GSU professor Dan Immergluck explores the “highly racialized gentrification” that changed Atlanta
Dan Immergluck’s new book, Red Hot City, describes an Atlanta that’s a good place to do business—but increasingly out of reach for many of its longtime residents. In his book, out this month, he details paths taken—and not taken—by policymakers that he says have resulted in a housing crisis that is forcing lower-income, and often Black, families further and further out from the transit, hospitals, and jobs in the city’s core.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Oreatha’s at the Point, Slabtown Public House, and NoriFish
A maternal menu from Deborah VanTrece, bar snacks on the BeltLine, and omakase in Sandy Springs.
New shipping container pop-ups along the BeltLine will offer vegan burgers, cake slices, cookies, and coffee
Frequenters of the Atlanta BeltLine may have noticed brightly decorated shipping containers popping up alongside both the Eastside and Westside trails. Starting in August, these containers will begin selling food and drink as part of the BeltLine MarketPlace, a six-month pilot program designed give minority-owned small businesses a leg up in the competitive retail landscape.
Indigo Road Hospitality Group—the company behind O-Ku and Oak Steakhouse—is opening its Charleston-based Italian restaurant Indaco along the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. “We take the concept of handmade pastas and wood-burning pizzas and let the chefs do what they want,” says Indigo Road founder Steve Palmer.
Led by Todd Richards, this location of One Flew South takes hospitality notes from the original, while changing the menu to reflect more local purveyors and seasonal fare.