Atlanta Business Chronicle | 'Eat Me Speak Me' founder to open first brick-and-mortar at Summerhill's Georgia Avenue
Jarrett Stieber, who started the pop-up Eat Me Speak Me, will open a restaurant called Little Bear at Summerhill’s Georgia Avenue project.
The restaurant, which is named for Stieber’s dog, will feature a seasonal menu sourced from local farmers and organized into cold, hot and sweet categories, according to an announcement. It will also feature favorites from Eat Me Speak Me, such as raw beef lettuce wraps, wild caught catfish and clams in vermouth broth, and blondie bars with whiskey milk.
Little Bear will offer an intimate setting, taking just 1,300 square feet along Georgia Avenue. It will have 30 seats.
“I wanted to bring a one-of-a-kind restaurant concept that would serve as a neighborhood gathering space where people could enjoy fine dining at an affordable price,” said Stieber. “The vision for the Georgia Avenue redevelopment aligns with that of Little Bear, delivering seasonal menu items with an extremely accessible and neighborhood-oriented atmosphere.”
The restaurant is set to open in summer 2019.
By Amy Wenk, Staff Writer - Atlanta Business Chronicle
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