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Thirteen Pies will open in Buckhead Atlanta at 250 Buckhead Avenue on October 7. Serving lunch and dinner, this full-service pizza joint offers a menu of twelve designed pizzas ranging from wild mushroom and leek to garlic and sage white.
Scheduled to open October 14 for dinner and October 20 for lunch, Gypsy Kitchen will focus on Spanish-inspired shared plates created by executive chef Randy Lewis.
Clustered around Buckhead Avenue and Bolling Way, Hermès, Etro, Theory, Canali, and Brunello Cucinelli started selling their tony wares this morning. Among them are storefronts with signs for shops to come—some as soon as next week—including Moncler, Dior, Tod's, Bonobos, Scoop NYC, and Warby Parker.
Few fashion labels command as much esteem as Christian Dior, the eponymous French brand founded in Paris in 1946. Starting next year, Atlantans will be able to command its wares at the new shop slated for Buckhead Atlanta. (The multiuse development starts rolling open Thursday.)
Buckhead's shopping revival isn’t all centered on Buckhead Atlanta. In addition to (or perhaps in reaction to) the new development, Simon, the Indianapolis-based owner of Phipps and Lenox, is investing millions to attract more luxury retailers and better dining options.
A few months ago, we announced the first 16 retailers coming to the billion-dollar mixed-use Buckhead Atlanta, by San Diego–based developer Oliver McMillan, slated to open September 18. As of today, add plans for six more: Warby Parker, Bonobos, Alice + Olivia, La Perla, Courage. b, and Intermix.
Next month, retailers are scheduled to start opening their doors at the long-awaited $1 billion Buckhead Atlanta development. Among luxury stores like Etro and Moncler is Scoop NYC, a one-stop shop with shoes, accessories, and designer and contemporary labels for men and women. Founded in New York in 1996, Scoop is aimed at a young, fashion-forward crowd, and this will be its seventeenth store in the U.S.—but its first in the Southeast. We got the scoop from CEO Susan Davidson (who is also CEO of Zac Posen) on how the brand views the Atlanta market, Southern style, and fall trends.