Westside Provisions District.
Photo: Jenni Girtman / Atlanta Event Photography
Photo: Jenni Girtman / Atlanta Event Photography

Popular nail salon, barbershop opening at Westside Provisions District

Two new shops providing grooming services are slated to open this year at Westside Provisions District. 

High-end nail salon Nouvelle is moving to the new location, down the road from its current digs on Marietta Street, in early August. The salon, which was founded by Alayna Hoang in 2008, has secured a spot next door to West Egg Café. 

“The property’s industrial-yet-refined aesthetic, elevated offerings, and bustling community make it the ideal home for Nouvelle,” Hoang said in a statement. 

Nouvelle at Westside Provisions District will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. 


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Then in October, The Commodore, a men’s barbershop, is slated to open its second location. The first location is in Chamblee. 

The 1,253-square-foot space parlor, with eight barber stations, will be located next to dtox Organic Juice. Hours haven’t been announced. 

These stores will later be joined by a couple forthcoming restaurants. The team behind the popular Buckhead pasta restaurant Storico Fresco is set to open a second unnamed eatery in a 3,840-square-foot space on the property’s lower-level courtyard. Israeli restaurant Aziza, from Bellina Alimentari owner Tal Baum, is expected to follow. 

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