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Parish Debuts New Look & Menu


Exciting news from Hannah at Concentrics:

Inman Park Welcomes The Brasserie & Neighborhood Café at Parish

An exciting re-launch of menu, design, and concept under Chef Zeb Stevenson

Inman Park’s beloved, BeltLine go-to destination has evolved with a new presence, taste, and feel. Led by acclaimed Chef Zeb Stevenson (formerly of Livingston, Proof and Provision), he explains “my goal is simple…to provide inspired familiar food, inventive beverage and warm hospitality to both our immediate neighborhood and to all of Atlanta.”

The largest change lies in the restaurant…now known as The Brasserie at Parish. By definition, a brasserie is an unpretentious restaurant, tavern, or the like that serves drinks and simple, hearty food. With Snacks, Small Plates, a Raw Bar, Meat/Fish/Fowl and Sides, Chef Stevenson’s new menu will strive to support the local community and, most importantly, remain true to a classic “American” brasserie definition with dishes that exude comfort throughout.

Soon to be signatures include Goat Cheese and Beet Jam on Toast, Sourdough Gnocchi with porcini, crimini, kale pesto and candied lemon, Pistachio Sausage with dijon potato salad, vinegar onions, Pressed Pork Shoulder with butter-braised vegetables, peaches and mustard and a Porcini-Scented Bread Pudding. The restaurant’s design received a new look with marble white top tables, Bentwood chairs, luxe leather banquettes and brasserie accents.

The Neighborhood Café at Parish (formerly the Market) will continue to offer breakfast, lunch and lively wine events 7 days a week. Patrons of PARISH, both old and new, will revel in the new aesthetic and menu.

240 N. Highland Avenue 404-681-4434


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