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Now, Sundays through Tuesdays, How Crispy has taken over the Halfway Crooks rooftop. And, in a clever take on social distancing, it’s serving chicken sandwiches and nuggets by lowering to-go orders down to the sidewalk in a bucket... read more
A group of metro Atlanta business and education leaders condemned acts of racism and police violence that spurred this weekend’s protests and pledged to work on creating a “more inclusive and just society.”.. read more
Plans were recently filed with the City of Atlanta to build out the new restaurant in the Carter mixed-use development... read more
Jarrett Stieber ‘radically’ transforms the dining experience.. read more
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Local Atlanta coffee company is moving their headquarters to the MET in southwest Atlanta. Their 20,000 sf space will include coffee shop, a roastery, a bakery and an outdoor area.
The MET is a 1.1 million square foot historic warehouse space next to the West End Marta station in Atlanta. It is a city unto itself for creators, an instrument for innovation, and a destination for lovers of all things creative.
The MET Atlanta hosted its inaugural Artoberfest—an interactive mural event and local makers market—at the 40 acre, 1.1 M SF complex. 2000+ visitors came out and enjoyed the 50+ vendors, open art studios, live music, and mural painting along a 600 foot outdoor alley. Video produced by Pineapple Cut Pictures.