Srouji is opening the Coda location with his son, Nas, who is in charge of operations. The space, designed by architecture firm Plexus r+d, features “a juxtaposition of old and new world touches,” according to John Alburl, marketing director for Aviva and the Collective.
Look for woods, marbles and granites along with “very modern lines,” he said.
Guests will also be able to get a peek into their food being prepared in the restaurant’s open kitchen.
“(Srouji) is so proud of the way he cooks his food and how clean everything is, and you’ll be able to see everything happening in the kitchen.”
Aviva by Kameel will be the second tenant to open inside the Collective. Chef Hector Santiago's burrito stand El Burro Pollo was open for only a couple of weeks in March before being forced to close because of the pandemic. It's currently operating out of Santiago's El Super Pan stall in Ponce City Market.
Other tenants in the Collective including Poke Burri and Wildleaf are tentatively slated to open next month.
Aviva’s tentative hours are 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
756 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta. avivabykameel.com/
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