Inman Park’s Parish restaurant debuts new name, menu, and décor

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On Tuesday, August 5, long-time Inman Park favorite, Parish Foods & Goods, announced a new name to suit its new menu and look – all three reworked to better serve its neighborhood patrons and visitors from around Atlanta. 

Now known as The Brasserie & Neighborhood Café at Parish, to stay true to its name, the restaurant will serve simple, hearty, food and drink in an unpretentious atmosphere.  More specifically, dishes like grilled trout, pistachio sausage, pressed pork shoulder, and porcini-scented bread pudding will appear as small plates or main dishes.  The new menu also includes an oyster, shrimp, salmon belly, and crudo raw bar.  Unique desserts like the black mission fig crostata round out the menu.  All items were selected to support Chef Zeb Stephenson’s goal to “provide inspired familiar food, inventive beverage, and warm hospitality.”

View the complete menu here.

Parish Market, the lively downstairs breakfast and lunch nook frequented by Beltline strollers, will continue to offer breakfast, lunch, and wine events 7 days a week under its new name, The Neighborhood Café at Parish.

In addition to name and menu changes, visitors to the brasserie will notice a new look complete with white marble tables, bentwood chairs, and luxe leather banquettes.

Read what Atlanta Magazine and Eater had to say about the changes then go check it out for yourself!

The Brasserie & Neighborhood Café at Parish is located at 250 N. Highland Ave. in the N. Highland Steel complex.  Call 404-681-4434 to make a reservation.

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