Chef Nhan Le (Octopus Bar) and enterprise companion Skip Englebrecht plan to open Fishmonger in Poncey-Highland subsequent spring. The pair beforehand introduced intentions to open a small seafood market up the highway from their in style Ponce de Leon Avenue restaurant and bar 8ARM earlier this 12 months.
Fishmonger will reside on the Plaza on Ponce purchasing middle alongside North Highland Avenue, residence to the historic Plaza Theatre, The Righteous Room, and chef Joey Ward’s restaurant Southern Belle. Along with its retail seafood market operation, Fishmonger will even serve a to-go menu that includes white fish salads, bottarga, oysters, soups, and sandwiches throughout lunch.
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“We’ve been looking for just the right spot to open this concept, and when we saw the space, we knew it was perfect,” Englebrecht mentioned in a ready assertion. “There really isn’t anything like this in Atlanta. We are excited to share our love of regional seafood with the city.”
At simply 750 sq. ft, a consultant from SRS Actual Property Companions tells Eater the design for Fishmonger features a takeout window, however no indoor seating. It’s unclear if Fishmonger replaces Le’s long-planned grilled seafood restaurant Ama. That restaurant was slated to open adjoining to Three Coronary heart Espresso at classic and native items market Paris on Ponce, owned by Englebrecht. The market was destroyed in a hearth final November.
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Previous to the hearth at Paris on Ponce, Le, Englebrecht, and artist George Lengthy introduced they have been opening Bellsmouth Cafe and a second location of Three Coronary heart Espresso Roastery on the historic Pratt Pullman District improvement on Rogers Street in Kirkwood. These plans proceed to maneuver ahead.
Le, together with Supremo Taco chef and co-owner Duane Kulers, are making ready to open their subsequent restaurant collectively in East Atlanta. Referred to as Pollo Supremo, the counter-service spot opens later this 12 months on Moreland Avenue, simply south of Hodgepodge Coffeehouse.
As soon as open, Pollo Supremo’s menu will function pollo asado, sides like rice and beans and elote, soup, household meals, and churros and flan. Drinks embrace aguas frescas and horchata, and presumably beer and wine. Kulers plans to guide the kitchen at each Pollo Supremo and Supremo Taco in Grant Park.
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