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New Realm Brewing Company is now open along the BeltLine Eastside Trail

Source: Atlanta Magazine

There’s no doubt Atlanta’s craft beer scene is a fast-growing one. From Orpheus to Gate City to Scofflaw, new breweries have popped up all over the metro area during the last few years. One thing Atlanta breweries generally don’t have, however, is a full-service restaurant. New Realm Brewing Company is looking to change that, with the opening of its 20,000-square-foot restaurant and brewery along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Located next to TWO Urban Licks, New Realm’s restaurant is open to guests of all ages. Chef Julio Delgado, formerly of JP Atlanta, designed the menu, incorporating items that pair well ...

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The Cocktail Mavens: Missy and Kristin Koefod

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Missy and Kristin KoefodPhotograph by Ben Rollins Missy and Kristin Koefod started selling bitters, tonics, shrubs, syrups—all sorts of ingredients to upgrade your cocktails at home—at Ponce City Market in September 2015. Since then, GQ, Vogue, and Vanity Fair have taken note of the married couple’s company, 18.21 Bitters. So when the Koefods announced that they would open a bar along the BeltLine, Atlanta drinkers paid special attention. Called the James Room and set to open this spring in a prime spot along the Eastside Trail’s extension, between Krog Street Market and Studioplex, it will offer coffee and pastries in ...

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Lingering Shade Social Club hopes to grow the nightlife along the BeltLine

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Lingering Shade Social Club is taking over the Irwin Street Market space once home to Hilda’s along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Set to open in June, it will serve classic cocktails, local beer, and a variety of wine, alongside Southern appetizers, to the 21-and-up crowd. Owned and operated by accountant Lewis Jeffries, an Old Fourth Ward native, Lingering Shade will target the middle-aged demographic who enjoy before-and-after-dinner drinks. “I’m trying to figure out how to get more nightlife on the BeltLine before or after dinner, but runners and dog-walkers are welcome, too,” he says. He describes the concept as ...

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