Instead of customers being assigned one server for their entire meal, Saints and Council will feature a team of equitably paid “Memory Makers” to handle everything from busing to food running to hosting. A technology system will recognize where customers are within the dining room, allowing them to move around from space to space in the restaurant without needing to inform the staff.
Saints and Council will join other food and beverage concepts at Colony Square including the newly-opened Brown Bag Seafood Co., Sukoshi, 5Church Atlanta, Establishment, Freshii, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and Moe’s Southwest Grill. Food hall Politan Row at Colony Square is set to open in spring 2021, offering room for 11 food and beverage concepts, a central bar and a secret bar as well as three event spaces. Dine-in movie theater IPIC and Italian restaurant Serena Pastificio are set to open later this year above the food hall and Holeman and Finch Public House and Rumi’s Kitchen are set to open next year.
Colony Square, the 50-year-old mixed-use development at 14th and Peachtree streets, is undergoing a $400 million transformation spearheaded by North American Properies, the same developers behind Avalon and Atlantic Station.
Pitts operates Cafe Intermezzo locations in Midtown, Dunwoody, Avalon in Alpharetta, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Nashville.