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Bar With Food Trucks Could Be Headed to West End

Boggs Social & Supply from teams behind East Atlanta’s The Earl, Gaja Korean could open in the southwest Atlanta neighborhood

Proposed site for Boggs Social & Supply in West End
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Lean Draft House in West End could be getting a new neighbor. Boggs Social & Supply—a bar with a permanent food truck from Shane Pringle of the Earl and Tim Song of Gaja Korean in East Atlanta—hopes to open at 1310 White Street SW. Information on the new venture came from a neighborhood meeting held on Tuesday evening.

According to documents presented during the meeting, Boggs will be modeled after the “food truck pod concept” and anchored by Gaja Korean’s food truck. The truck will be located on the patio. In addition to its resident food truck, Boggs plans to have a rotating array of food trucks and a full bar.

Boggs will accommodate up to 250 people between its bar and patio with communal seating. Pringle and Song told attendees there would be plenty of parking and that Boggs would be walker and bicycle-friendly—a plus given its proximity to the Westside Beltline trail. The partners also plan to have on-site security.

The construction and design of the property is apparently being handled by Maggie McBride Architecture/Bunker Designs. Public School Creative Agency has been tasked to create Boggs’ branding.

No opening ETA was given at the meeting which was held to present Boggs Social & Supply to area residents.

The name is taken from the original occupants of the property, Boggs Supply Co.

Eater Atlanta has reached out for comment and will update this story when more information becomes available.

Monday - Thursday, 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday, 12 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Sunday, 12:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. Boggs Social & Supply is 21-and-up after 9 p.m.

Boggs Social & Supply, 1310 White Street SW, Atlanta.

Lean Draft House

600 Hopkins Street Southwest, , GA 30310 (404) 254-0987 Visit Website

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