The Mercury is closing at Ponce City Market

The interior of The Mercury

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The interior of The Mercury

The Pinewood in Decatur will remain open

Embattled Atlanta restaurant group 10 Apart Hospitality Group is closing another of its concepts.

The group still owns its original restaurant, the Pinewood, as well as its line of Proof Old Fashioned Cocktail Syrups. 10 Apart partner Brooks Cloud said there are no plans to close either business.

10 Apart filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last October for the Mercury and Pinewood, and for Deep End in February. 

Cloud told Eater that the group was “reeling” after the closure of Bar Americano and was trying to regroup, but that a “legal battle” with Ponce City Market owners Jamestown over the Mercury’s lease led to the closure.

In a statement provided to the AJC, Jamestown said: “It’s unfortunate that over expansion and poor finances have forced a successful restaurant like The Mercury to close its doors.”

Adam Waller recently returned as 10 Apart’s culinary director and chef for The Mercury after stints at Empire State South and Bocado.

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

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