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Jay Swift Updates the Progress at Noble Fin

Swift's second restaurant should open next year.

Early plans for Noble Fin.
Early plans for Noble Fin.
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After revealing Noble Fin's opening would be pushed back to spring 2016, chef and owner Jay Swift has offered a construction update on the forthcoming Peachtree Corners restaurant. In an email sent to Noble Fin newsletter subscribers, Swift said his second eatery is beginning to take shape.

"Noble Fin is progressively looking like a restaurant rather than a construction zone," Swift wrote. "We have the drywall up, the ceiling painted, and most of the electrical and plumbing completed. The sign has been completed and you should see it go up within the next two weeks. We are now looking forward to the next steps so that we can open soon."

Noble Fin will begin offering hardhat tours of the space in January, and Swift is currently holding an open call for all positions. Once it's complete, the restaurant will feature a mixture of hardwood, tile, and carpet, according to the email. Millwork will be light in color with glass and steel accents, and there will be a combination of banquet and table seating.

Swift, who is the chef and owner at Old Fourth Ward's 4th & Swift, hopes to open Noble Fin by early March. The restaurant will focus on seafood and red meat, and Jeb Aldrich, Swift's son, will oversee daily kitchen operations as chef de cuisine.