Two New Restaurants Welcomed to Emory Village
Executive Chef Stephen Sharp draws on Southern food traditions at Ink and Elm, now open in the heart of Emory Village. The restaurant comprises a tavern, a dining room, and a lounge with seasonal menus that reflect a commitment to local, organic, sustainable, and responsible procurement. The Tavern offers a drink and a casual bite ranging from snacks to more substantial entrées. The Dining Room features a structured menu in a relaxing, refined atmosphere. The Lounge is perfect for happy hours and a light meal such as oysters.
Ink and Elm is located next to Starbucks at 1577 N. Decatur Road. Valet parking is available Tuesday through Sunday starting at 6pm. The valet is located directly in front of the restaurant, 1577 N. Decatur Road. For more information or reservations, please call the restaurant at 678-244-7050 or visit http://www.inkandelmatlanta.com.
Slice and Pint features the four food groups: Beer, Pizza, Chocolate, and Other Stuff. The pizza dough, made daily with organic flour, is fermented using two wild Italian yeasts and a brewing yeast from a Belgian Trappist monastery. Slice and Pint is located on the former site of Everybody’s. The restaurant plans to brew beer on the premises starting in January. For more information, please call the restaurant at 404-883-3406 or visit the web site at http://www.sliceandpint.com.