Nashville restaurant group bringing new eatery to Old Fourth Ward

The interior of Adele's in Nashville. / Courtesy of Adele's
The interior of Adele's in Nashville. / Courtesy of Adele's

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Credit: ChristinaMannPhotography

Red Pebbles Hospitality, the Nashville-based restaurant group behind Adele’s and the 404 Kitchen, is expanding to Atlanta with a new concept.

Set to open this summer, the eatery will occupy a repurposed space along the retail corridor at 525 Edgewood Ave. The 4,350 square-foot restaurant, which will count Staplehouse, Slutty Vegan and Old Fourth Distillery among its neighbors, will also feature a 1,000 square-foot outdoor patio.

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“Once we saw the space, we were immediately inspired by the aesthetic,” said Red Pebbles Hospitality partner Ken Levitan in a prepared statement. “The space is very reminiscent of Adele’s in Nashville and will be an excellent addition to our family of restaurants.”

More details, including the restaurant’s name and overall concept, will be released soon.

Red Pebbles was founded by Howard Greenstone, former president and CEO of the now-shuttered Rosa Mexicano in Atlantic Station. The restaurant group has several concepts in its portfolio, including Emmy Squared Pizza, which recently announced an Atlanta location.

Celebrity chef Jonathan Waxman, who is a partner in Adele’s, recently opened Baffi in Atlanta’s West Midtown neighborhood and owned the now-closed Brezza Cucina at Ponce City Market.

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