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New Robert Phalen restaurant coming to Larkin on Memorial in Grant Park

Woodward & Park, a new restaurant created as a partnership between Atlanta developer James Brooks of Boulevard Group and Atlanta chef Robert Phalen, will join the roster of food and beverage tenants at Paces Properties’ Larkin on Memorial mixed-use development in Grant Park.

Expected to open Labor Day 2018, the concept is described as “European-inspired bistro will offer innovative and locally-sourced interpretations of American cuisine.” Opening hours will include lunch and dinner during the week and brunch on weekends.

Phalen is well known as the creative chef/owner behind the long-running One Eared Stag in Inman Park and the new Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters in East Lake.

“As a resident and business owner in Grant Park for more than twenty years, I can’t think of a better community for this one of a kind, chef-driven neighborhood bistro,” said Brooks in a prepared statement. “I have been a fan of chef Robert Phalen since One-Eared Stag opened and I can’t wait for the neighborhood to experience his artisanship at Woodward & Park.”

Woodward & Park will be located on the south side of the Larkin on Memorial development adjacent to Squash Blossom and Full Commission.

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Designed in conjunction with architect Jackson Thilenius of Retail Design Collaborative, the space will “evoke a serene, neighborhood feel that is at once new and yet familiar while keeping much of the original structure’s detail including exposed brick and wood.”

 

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