It appears a new business called Painted Park will take over the Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish space on North Highland Avenue. The longtime restaurant and coffee cafe, owned by Concentrics Restaurants, closed in early January after 13 years in Inman Park.
While details are scarce, two sources with knowledge of the situation tell Eater Painted Park is part of the Painted Hospitality group (the Painted Pin, the Painted Duck), owned by Justin Amick and William Stallworth. Amick is the son of Concentrics Restaurants owner Bob Amick and served as general manager of Parish for several years before founding Painted Hospitality with Stallworth in 2014.
Painted Park will serve food and drinks and feature an expanded outdoor seating arrangement in back of the building, with the grassy area along the Eastside Beltline trail offering lawn games.
Amick and Stallworth opened boutique bowling alley and restaurant the Painted Pin six years ago in Buckhead, followed by the Painted Duck at the Stockyards development on Brady Avenue three years later. The latter is a 26,000-square-foot, old school gaming parlour and restaurant featuring 16 lanes of duckpin bowling and two Belgian feather bowling lanes, indoor horseshoe pits, knuckleball, and shuffleboard courts.
Eater reached out to Amick and Stallworth for comment on Painted Park.