A new outdoor bar and restaurant from the team behind Grindhouse Killer Burgers is opening along Atlanta’s Eastside Beltline trail in Reynoldstown next year.
According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Alex Brounstein and Johnny Farrow plan to open their yet-named, mostly al fresco establishment in a 9,000-square-foot metal building at the redeveloped Stein Steel and Supply Co. plant along the trail. The two-story restaurant will include an indoor-outdoor bar and a Beltline-facing patio seating around 150 people between the first and second floors. It appears the latter may be a rooftop patio. Brounstein tells Eater he hopes it will be a “place to gather and have some drinks on a nice shaded patio overlooking a quiet portion of the Beltline.”
The partners haven’t settled on a name for their new spot yet, but say it will “pay homage to the long history of steel workers” at the Reynoldstown neighborhood plant. Once open, the food menu could feature fried seafood, ceviche, fish sandwiches and tacos, rotisserie chicken dinners, and oyster happy hours paired with frozen drinks, beer, and wine.
The restaurant and bar are part of a $19 million redevelopment plan of 6.5 acres along Kirkwood Avenue flanking the Beltline trail which will also include condominiums and townhouses on the property.
Update, June 4, 3:10 p.m.: This story has been updated to reflect the restaurant isn’t specifically seafood-driven.
933 Kirkwood Avenue, Atlanta.