1082 Huff Rd., Blandtown
The menu here changes every day based on what’s in season (Jenny sources all her produce locally), and you’ll always find plenty of soups—warm in the winter, and chilled in the summer. The entire operation skews healthy, at there's never a time where you won't find both a gluten-free and vegan soup on the menu. They now have four locations (there's Blandtown, plus Brookhaven, Decatur, Buckhead), serving every major neighborhood.
JCT. Kitchen & Bar
1198 Howell Mill Rd., Westside Provisions District
Ford Fry’s first restaurant in Atlanta (he opened it back in 2007) occupies a comfortable corner of the Westside Provisions shopping district, making it a great lunch spot if you’re doing any shopping at Ann Mashburn, Billy Reid, or Seed Factory. There’s a hearty, comfort-food-focused menu (think shrimp and grits, meat and three, and fried chicken) downstairs, a limited menu with a full bar on the rooftop patio, where Fry has live music a few nights a week.
1198 Howell Mill Rd., Blandtown
In the same building as Bacchanalia, Star Provisions is Anne Quatrano’s specialty food market. There’s a counter where you can order coffee, baked goods, and specialty sandwiches to eat on the spot, but this place really shines as a specialty foods purveyor. Anne stocks house-cured charcuterie and aged meats in an enormous freezer, and gets fresh seafood delivered every day. You’ll find us near the cheese case, where there’s a selection of imports from all over the world (plus enormously knowledgeable staffers to help you sort through them all).
The Goat Farm Art Center
1200 Foster St., Blandtown
This 19th-century industrial complex (which has cycled from manufacturing space to artist studio over the years) is part studio space, part event space, and part We Work, with a lot of hybrid uses that fall between and on either side of those categories. Fun fact: The Walking Dead and Hunger Games have both been filmed here.
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