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Longtime Midtown Lesbian Bar Is Relocating to Crescent Avenue in Midtown July 7

My Sister’s Room relocates from 12 Street to Crescent Avenue July 7, taking over the former Publico space in Midtown. Plus, more Atlanta restaurant opening news

My Sister’s Room is relocating to the former Publico space on Crescent Avenue July 7.
My Sister’s Room

On July 7, longtime lesbian bar My Sister’s Room (MSR) relocates from 12 Street to its new home on Crescent Avenue, taking over the former Publico space in Midtown. Owner Michael Duganier closed Publico after four years on Crescent Avenue last week and plans to sub-lease the property to MSR owners Jen-Chase Daniels and Jami Maguire.

“Today we decided to sublease our property to our good friends and long term Midtown neighbors, MSR (My Sisters Room),” a statement posted to Publico’s Instagram page reads. “With all the changes happening in Midtown along with the growth of our company in SC as well as the loss of one of our founding partners last year we wanted to make sure we could give each of our restaurants the attention they deserve and this was the best decision.”

This is the fourth relocation for MSR over the past decade. Last November, Daniels and Maguire were told they had one year to vacate the 12th Street property before the bar would be torn down to make way for a new condo development. With the move to Crescent Avenue, MSR now offers more space inside, as well as outside on Publico’s large, street-facing patio in front of the building. MSR will remain open on 12 Street through July 2 and reopen on Crescent Avenue on July 7.

MSR first opened in 1996 on East Howard Avenue in Decatur. Daniels and Maguire purchased the bar in 2011, moving it from Glenwood Avenue in East Atlanta (now home to Banshee) to Midtown four years later. The couple relocated the bar again in 2018 to 12th Street in order to acquire more space. [IG]

Cubanos ATL opens in Alpharetta

Cubanos ATL is now open on Maxwell Road in Alpharetta, making this the fifth location of the popular Cuban sandwich shop, owned by Ozzy Llanes. Housed in a converted shipping container, the Alpharetta location includes outdoor seating and the same menu as found at the Sandy Springs, Cumming, Marietta, and Chattahoochee Food Works locations. [IG]

C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar is opening in Brookhaven

A third location of C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar is opening next year at the Porter on Peachtree complex in Brookhaven. Serving a similar menu to the Sandy Springs location, the Brookhaven restaurant will feature a green space and patio and be open for both lunch and dinner daily. There’s also a location in Vinings. [Official]

C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar

Chattahoochee Food Works

1235 Chattahoochee Avenue Northwest, , GA 30318 Visit Website

Banshee

1271 Glenwood Avenue Southeast, , GA 30316 (470) 428-2034 Visit Website

Cubanos ATL

6450 Roswell Road, , GA 30328 (404) 889-8948 Visit Website

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