A breakfast spot with some impressive names behind it is slated for high-profile mixed-use development Pinewood Forest.
All-day breakfast eatery Pancake Social is set to open in late fall 2019 in a 3,500 square-foot space, along with an adjoining coffee shop and indoor and outdoor patio seating. The team behind the restaurant includes James Beard-winning chef Anne Quatrano, who also owns Bacchanalia, Star Provisions, W.H. Stiles Fish Camp at Ponce City Market, and Floataway Café; Dan Jacobson—owner of Steel Wave Ventures and formerly of Chick-fil-A; Steven Chan, a 20-year veteran of the Atlanta restaurant industry and founder of Tin Drum Asian Kitchen; and Tony Riffel, co-founder of Octane Coffee Company and Elevator Factory.
The menu will feature eight types of savory and sweet pancakes, sandwiches, bowls and juices in addition to a full coffee bar.
This is the second announced location for Pancake Social; a first is set to open in the next few months in Ponce City Market.
This is the fifth announced culinary concept for Pinewood Forest, located next to Pinewood Studios, one of the biggest movie studios in the country. other announced tenants include Honeysuckle Gelato; casual fine dining concept Braise; and Hop City Craft Beer & Wine and Barleygarden Kitchen & Craft Bar.
All culinary concepts will be located in Pinewood's 25-acre town center, which will also feature a hotel, other restaurants, independent retail shops and galleries, an office suite and a Piedmont Wellness Center.
Pinewood Forest, a master planned residential and mixed-use development is located in Fayette County, next to Pinewood Atlanta Studios. The development team includes Fayetteville native and Chick-fil-A CEO Dan T. Cathy.
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