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Fetch Dog Park and Bar Opens Later This Year in Underwood Hills

Old Fourth Ward dog park and bar Fetch Park opens a third location at the emerging Works complex on Chattahoochee Avenue

A young hound dog with light brown fur and blue eyes sits on a green grassy lawn at Fetch dog park. He stares into the camera smiling with his big pink tongue sticking out and a red id tag hanging off the collar Fetch
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

A third Atlanta-area location of dog park and bar Fetch Park opens by the end of the year at the Works complex, an 80-acre development that includes food hall Chattahoochee Food Works taking shape on Chattahoochee Avenue in northwest Atlanta. The 28,000-square-foot dog park resides within green space adjacent to the parking deck at the Works near the entrance from Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard.

In addition to the original location in the Old Fourth Ward, locations in Buckhead at Buckhead Village District and Alpharetta on Encore Parkway should also open this year. A Nashville location of Fetch is also in the works for the Germantown neighborhood.

With a full-service bar inside an Airstream camper serving beer, wine, cocktails, and coffee and a large mud-free turf green space, the Works location will be laid out in the much the same way as the Old Fourth Ward dog park. This includes cooling stations and a bath area for dogs, shaded seating, multiple ultra bright outdoor televisions, and Wi-Fi.

Dog owners can either obtain monthly memberships or day passes for the park. Memberships start at $30 per month or $10 for a day pass. All dogs entering Fetch must be up-to-date on their vaccinations, which are kept on file, and be spayed or neutered.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with Selig to bring Fetch to the Westside. We have listened to our park patrons since day one and an overwhelming amount of them said the Westside needs to be next,” CEO Stephen Ochs says in the press release.

Ochs founded Fetch in 2018 on the corner of Daniel Street and Dekalb Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward.

A group of people at dusk in shorts and tee shirts standing in line for the bar inside a silver vintage airstream camper with the word BAR-K in red above it. Three dogs run around their owners Fetch Park & Ice House

Chattahoochee Food Works is part of the the Works complex, an overhaul of several warehouses set along an industrial strip off of Chattahoochee Avenue on the edge of the Underwood Hills and Blandtown neighborhoods. Once complete, the sweeping 80-acre development will feature 500 residences, a boutique hotel, retail shops and a 31-stall food hall, a 13-acre green space, and full-service outposts of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and California-based breakfast and brunch restaurant the Waffle Experience. Scofflaw Brewing opened Dr. Scofflaw’s Laboratory and Beer Garden at the Works last fall.

Several stalls at the food hall have opened, including Thai-food stall TydeTate Kitchen, Graffiti Breakfast, Pomodoro Bello, Baked Kitchen, Sakura Ramen Bar, and Bánh Mì Station. More food stalls will continue to open throughout the summer and fall.

1295 Chattahoochee Avenue, Atlanta.

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

1238 DeKalb Avenue Northeast, , GA 30307 (404) 577-4030 Visit Website

Fetch Park & Ice House

520 Daniel Street Southeast, , GA 30312 Visit Website