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Ink & Elm Will Close Its Doors This Weekend

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The restaurant opened less than two years ago.

Alex Lassiter

Ink & Elm, the Emory Village restaurant that opened in September 2013, will shutter this weekend. The plan calls for service to run through Saturday, depending on inventory. Ink & Elm announced the news on Facebook Tuesday evening.

After 21 amazing months, Ink & Elm is saying farewell. We have enjoyed serving the neighborhood, the Emory community, and the city of Atlanta. We were warmly embraced by many, many who have become great friends. From our house to yours, we thank you for your support and friendship.

We plan to continue to serve the Druid Hills/Emory neighborhood through Saturday depending on our inventory. Please come in, relive great memories, and say good-bye in person. We will even have our bourbon/whisk(e)y wall discounted by up to 50% for your enjoyment.

Managing partners Keith Osborne, Nick Chaivarlis, and T. Hunter Jefferson dove into the venture in an attempt to cover three concepts: lounge, tavern, and restaurant. Executive chef Stephen Sharp has run the kitchen since day one, turning out seasonal, modern Southern cuisine.

No reason for the shutter was given.

Ink & Elm

1577 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta, GA 30307 678 244 1541

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