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J.R., the French street artist whose large-scale public installations of black-and-white photos of everyday people in everyday places have covered buildings and even villages, is returning to Atlanta. Here's how you can be a part of his latest project.
The trend of concentrating restaurants in places such as Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, and Inman Quarter may be helpful in a city just beginning to embrace pedestrian arteries. But these food halls and mini-malls turn their backs to our streets, hoarding their treasures inside.
“What you see a lot of in Inman Park is restaurants that are a little higher end,” Billy says. “We want to offer somewhere where people can just come in and hang out, have a business lunch, or just have a drink before going to BarTaco or Beetlecat.”
Atlantans love big houses, so wouldn’t the thought of living in 600 square feet (or less) induce claustrophobia? Hardly, say the managers of upscale new apartment communities from Buckhead to Inman Park, where micro rentals are in high demand at premium prices.
As announced recently at a Frye Company secret supper, Cooper Miller, formerly of JCT Kitchen and the Strecks’ 2012 Atlantic Station pop-up Hudson North, will be leading the kitchen of this 3,500-square-feet restaurant.
The Ebony Fashion Fair, which brought couture to the black middle class for 50 years, hosts a reunion in Atlanta on August 22; store openings underway at Ponce Cit Market