Deep End tacos (from left): “ground beef gringo,” carnitas, and chicken tinga. CONTRIBUTED BY MIA YAKEL
Photo: For the AJC
Photo: For the AJC

Late-night taco and gaming bar Deep End closes in Old Fourth Ward

Another concept from the team behind the Mercury in Ponce City Market and the Pinewood in Decatur has closed.

Deep End, which opened in late 2017, closed on Sunday at 621 North Ave. NE in the former 4th & Swift space, What Now Atlanta reports

A post from over the weekend on the restaurant’s Instagram account promoted “one last banger” on Sunday.

Deep End was owned by the 10 Apart restaurant group, which in addition to The Mercury and The Pinewood, also owned the short-lived Bar Americano and Bar Crema in Buckhead. The group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last October for Pinewood and Mercury, and for Deep End in February. 

The menu was focused on tacos and a variety of cocktails. The bar hosted a variety of gaming, DJ and live music events.

The AJC has reached out to 10 Apart for more information.


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