Located on the corner of Buckhead Avenue and North Fulton Drive, Fetch-Buckhead features a similar layout to the Old Fourth Ward dog park and includes a large green space with mud-free turf, cooling stations for hot days, shaded seating areas, outdoor televisions, and a full bar inside an Airstream camper serving beer, wine, cocktails, and coffee.
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.
Owned by Stephen Ochs, Fetch first opened on the corner of Daniel Street and DeKalb Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward over three years ago. A Nashville location of Fetch opened two years ago in the Germantown neighborhood. In addition to the Old Fourth Ward and Buckhead parks, locations in Alpharetta on Encore Parkway and at the Works in Underwood Hills are both expected to open this year. [Official]
Longtime Buckhead restaurant Annie’s Thai Castle closes
Annie’s Thai Castle closed after 28 years in business on Roswell Road in Buckhead, according to Tomorrow’s News Today. Owned by Annie Lai, the restaurant apparently closed at the end of December and is now listed as “permanently closed” on Google. [TNT]
Suburban gastropub Salt Factory opening in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood
F&H Food Trading Group, the restaurant group behind Little Alley Steak, plans to open a location of their suburban gastropub Salt Factory at Madison Yards in Reynoldstown, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. With locations in Alpharetta, Roswell, and Woodstock, this is the first step toward possibly franchising the restaurant, according to the Chronicle. Salt Factory takes over space next door to Girl Diver at the complex and should open later this year. [ABC]
Honeysuckle Gelato opening at the new Lee and White food hall
Atlanta-based Honeysuckle Gelato is relocating its test kitchen and production facility at Lee and White to a larger facility there in West End and will open a retail shop at the new food hall taking shape on the property later this year. Housed in building 1020, the yet-named food hall will feature a mix of 13 food stalls, a central bar in front opening to a large patio, and full-service restaurants, like the second location of Lake and Oak Neighborhood Barbecue, owned by chefs Todd Richards and Josh Lee. [Official]
Forthcoming bar on the Eastside Beltline is called Breaker Breaker
The upcoming mostly outdoor, open-air bar and restaurant from the team behind Grindhouse Killer Burgers headed to the Stein Steel and Supply Co. redevelopment in Reynoldstown now has a name. Called Breaker Breaker, Alex Broustein and Johnny Farrow want their new Beltline restaurant to evoke a sense of relaxation along the bustling Eastside trail, where folks can dine on a seafood-heavy menu of fish sandwiches and tacos paired with frozen drinks, beer, and wine. [Atlanta Business Chronicle]