Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Parish becomes Brasserie at Parish and other dining news

Chef Zeb Stevenson is introducing a new name, concept, look and menu at Parish in Inman Park. Now known as The Brasserie at Parish, Stevenson’s “new menu will be strive to support the local community and most importantly remain true to a classic ‘American’ brasserie definition with dishes that exude comfort throughout,” according to a press release. Stevenson, the former executive chef at Livingston and Proof and Provision took over the kitchen at Parish in November 2013 with a promise of big changes that have finally been delivered. 

Bread & Butterfly in Inman Quarter

Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that Decatur’s Cakes & Ale restaurant chef/owner Billy Allin and his wife, Kristin, plan a new restaurant called Bread & Butterfly for Inman Quarter, the mixed-use project at 299 N. Highland Ave. in Inman Park. Also slated for “IQ,” Barcelona VinoTeca wine shop from the group Barcelona Wine Bar and Bartaco, AMER, a cocktail spot from Bocado founder Brian Lewis, and another outpost of Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co.

Seafood & Craft Beer Festival

The inaugural Atlanta Seafood & Craft Beer Festival will debut at Piedmont Park on Aug. 9. The new event is designed to highlight Atlanta restaurants, food trucks and caterers that specialize in serving seafood, along with some of the city’s most popular craft breweries. Look for a beer garden with tastes from Eventide, Jailhouse, Jekyll, Monday Night, Orpheus, Red Brick, Red Hare, Sweetwater, Three Taverns, and Wild Heaven. Noon-8 p.m. $10 general beer wristband/$35 VIP beer garden. .

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