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Monday, May 16, 2005

New Rathbun Concept Coming to Inman Park

As I write this, I am already eagerly anticipating my return visit to Rathbun's Friday night. For those that don't know, Rathbun's is probably the hottest restaurant on the Atlanta scene at the moment, located in the renovated Stove Works warehouse complex on Krog St. in Inman Park. For those that do know it, this is big news. Kevin Rathbun will open a second restaurant next door in the late June timeframe. The new concept, called Krog Bar, will focus on wine and Mediterranean-style, cold "small plates". The press release is below. Look for a full write-up on Rathbun's this weekend.

Chef Kevin Rathbun to open “KROG BAR”- A Mediterranean “Small Plates” Bar
"Restaurateur Kevin Rathbun, owner of the award winning restaurant Rathbun’s, and wife Melissa Rathbun & partners Kirk Parks and Cliff Bramble, are opening a new exciting Mediterranean Wine Bar called “KROG BAR” in Inman Park. KROG BAR will be located in Inman Park at the same complex that Rathbun’s is located in called the Stove Works at 112 Krog Street. It will feature Mediterranean-inspired cold “small plates”, International wines as well as gelatos and coffee. KROG BAR will be open Monday through Saturday evenings.The Johnson Studio, who created Rathbun’s stunning dining room, is designing an old world look for KROG BAR. KROG BAR will have 40 seats, five tables, a walk-up bar and a patio with five tables overlooking KROG STREET in Inman Park.Rathbun says, "Krog Bar will offer locals the opportunity to get a small bite, have a great glass of wine and mingle with their friends in the neighborhood”. Surrounded by Inman Park, Decatur, Virginia Highland, Cabbage Town and the new growing Downtown area, Krog BAR is the perfect upscale bar setting for this changing warehouse area. KROG BAR will be open in July of 2005."


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