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Ink & Elm Taking Resevations for Sept. 7

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This from the Facebook page of the new multispace ai3-designed restaurant, lounge and tavern in Emory Village:

Ink & Elm is pleased to announce that it is now accepting reservations for the main dining room for our Grand Opening on Saturday, September 7, 2013 via OpenTable.

As always, the Tavern will be available that evening for open seating, and oysters, champagne, and cocktails will be available in the Lounge before and after your meal.

We are excited for you to experience Ink & Elm.

Ink & Elm, 1577 N. Decatur Rd., Atlanta, 678-244-7050, inkandelmatlanta.com

It’s just one of a number of new spots set to open this fall.

EATER has a good list of “Alanta’s Most Anticipated Fall Restaurant Openings”: atlanta.eater.com

Among those not on the list, Southbound in Chamblee and Salt Factory in Alpharetta, which seem to be experiencing delays.

What new restaurants are you looking forward to opening soon? And what’s flying under the radar?

— Bob Townsend, AJC Food and More.

3 comments Add your comment

Sidearm Jackson

August 28th, 2013
4:28 pm

Ink & Elm? What in the world is the name supposed to represent?

Art

August 28th, 2013
4:38 pm

“Inspired by Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed the neighborhood (Druid Hills) more than a century ago, Ink & Elm is named after Olmsted’s renderings and the trees that line the neighborhood streets.” – Atlanta Magazine

A

September 3rd, 2013
11:44 am

What about something OTP. http://www.taqueriadelmar.com?
Awesome new eatery in Peachtree Corners…