ADNA Happy Hour

Posted by debday | ADNA, Dining, Events | Thursday, February 6, 2014 8:34 am

Tuesday, February 18th
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Slice Downtown
85 Poplar St NW

Complimentary appetizers
Drink specials

Downtown Dweller Happy Hour, Friday, August 10

Posted by Stephanie | Dining, Entertainment, Events | Wednesday, August 8, 2012 11:38 am

240 Peachtree St NW
Friday, August 10
6pm – 8pm

Come meet and greet your neighbors at one of Downtown’s finest restaurants! All are welcome, bring your friends!

Complimentary appetizers from Chef Ugo with a cash bar!

ADNA appreciates the generosity of our host, Ray’s in the
City. Attendees, please be generous to the bartenders and waitstaff

“Ray’s in the City is the quintessential Downtown Atlanta restaurant. Enjoy hand-cut steaks, made-to-order sushi and seafood flown in daily from the Atlantic and Pacific all in a casual, yet elegant setting.

From exceptional service and entrée recommendations to wine pairings, our friendly and knowledgeable staff are committed to providing you a truly memorable dining experience.”

Downtown Dwellers Happy Hour, Tuesday, July 24

Posted by Stephanie | ADNA, Dining, Events | Monday, July 23, 2012 10:37 am

ADNA’s July 24 Happy Hour


White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails

270 Peachtree Street, corner of Baker Street.

Please welcome White Oak as our neighborhood’s newest restaurant and bar.

For our ADNA happy hour, White Oak is offering complimentary signature cocktails that are sure to put this creative and talented bartender high on our list of favorites.

For those who prefer wine or beer, there will be complimentary house red and white wines, and draft beer on tap.

Please plan to order appetizers from the bar menu or stay for dinner and order from the full menu.

See you there!

Downtowner Happy Hour, Tuesday July 24

Posted by Stephanie | ADNA, Dining, Events | Thursday, July 12, 2012 3:00 pm

Tuesday, July 24

6pm – 8pm

270 Peachtree St

Come meet your Downtown neighbors while enjoying refreshing beverage. All are welcome, even those who don’t currently work/live in the neighborhood!

This month we’re at the brand new White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails!

“White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails (WOKC), features contemporary Southern cuisine from inland areas. Our 17,000-square-foot restaurant, located at 270 Peachtree St., Atlanta, seats more than 300 guests and has three private dining rooms.

WOKC is owned and operated by Cindy and Alan LeBlanc of Brewed to Serve Restaurant Group Inc., the parent company of both Max Lager’s and White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails.”

Monthly Downtown Neighborhood Happy Hour, Wednesday, June 27

Posted by Stephanie | Dining | Tuesday, June 19, 2012 3:21 pm

Mark your calendars; this month’s Happy Hour is Wednesday, June 27 @ 6pm at the always lovely PEASANT Bistro!

Peasant Bistro is a cosmopolitan, dramatic two-story restaurant overlooking Centennial Park and the Atlanta skyline.  Featuring fresh, seasonal cuisine, the menu consists of delicious, traditional bistro favorites with French and Mediterranean influences.

Come meet your Downtown neighbors while enjoying refreshing beverage. All are welcome, even those who don’t currently work/live in the neighborhood!

Peasant Bistro will provide some complimentary appetizers and offer their daily specials: $5 wine by the glass, $5 Martinis & Cocktails and $5 small plates.

Full bar and dining menu available for those who would like more.

Festival Volunteers Needed!

Posted by wdarling | ADNA, Community Projects, Dining, Entertainment, Events, Festival, News | Tuesday, February 23, 2010 9:27 pm

We need volunteers for the 2010 Festival on May 22, 2010!

This year’s festival is planned to be a celebration of the downtown rooftops with a street level festival held on West Peachtree Place co-sponsored by Social Resto and the 2nd Annual Scavenger Hunt.

The food, music, and artists will definitely have a Mediterranean influence.

The rooftop tour will include a lounge area with DJ/artist/or chef on each roof, historical information about the buildings and surrounding area, as well as provide architectural and skyscraper buffs the opportunity to access some the of best views in the city.

The Hunt will also highlight historical sites and public art works in the downtown area.

Volunteers are needed ASAP to help with ideas, planning, permit applications, advertising/twittering/facebooking, contacts with potential sponsors/donors, contacts with downtown residential and commercial buildings with roof access, contacts with artists/DJs/chefs to work each rooftop, and general ‘let’s do it!” enthusiasm.

To Volunteer

Contact Robyn Jackson at to help make the 2010 Festival a great success.

Minutes ADNA’s January Meeting

Posted by adnanews | ADNA, Business, Dining, Law Enforcement, News | Friday, January 22, 2010 5:21 pm

ADNA Monthly Meeting
January 12, 2010 – W Hotel

Jeff Lam started meeting at 7:00 pm.

Introduced Chris and Steve from Meehan’s Pub

  • Set to open in March
  • Own several restaurants around Atlanta, including Food 101
  • Hours will be from 10-2:30 am Monday to Saturday, and 10-11 pm on Sunday
  • Will have a St Patrick’s Day party
  • Downtowners will have a discount

Sgt Ellis from APD spoke about crime in Atlanta

  • Advice – when we see crime call 911 and don’t hang up
  • 911 will take priority calls first
  • Biggest problem right now are car breakins
  • Offered to have Crime Investigators come out to talk about keeping homes and businesses safe
  • Gave his phone number out to the attendees – 404-895-5134

Jennifer Ball from CAP spoke about Imagine Downtown

  • Broad Street Plaza initiative is almost complete
  • Marietta sidewalk streetscapes should start in March
  • Handed out CAP’s ‘wish list’ for the next phase of the project

Jeff Lam initiated a conversation about goals for the year/decade

  • Neighborhood would like to see more relationships with one another to find out what each other’s needs are
  • Todd has started compiling a list of building contacts in an effort to tie buildings together

Charlie McKinney spoke about Children’s Restorative Network

  • “Slice of Hope” benefit to take place on Saturday March 27.  Details will be in newsletter
  • Asked for donations from businesses for the silent auction

Peggy Rogers of ING Georgia Marathon talked about the annual marathon coming in late March, street closings, and the neighborhood challenge.


  • Meeting convened with a tour of W residences organized by Stuart Jackson

Thank you to The Original Chocolate Bar

Posted by adnanews | Dining, Entertainment, Events, News | Thursday, January 21, 2010 12:25 pm

Thanks to the The Original Chocolate Bar (253 Trinity Ave.) for hosting Downtown, Castleberry Hill and NPU M residents and business folks for a January Happy Hour. They have  great space, plus great drinks (alcohol and coffee) and, of course, chocolate.

Almost a Grocery Store – Reuben’s Deli

Posted by wdarling | Business, Dining, News, Retail | Tuesday, June 30, 2009 1:57 pm

Reuben's DeliReuben’s Deli at 57 Broad Street is now open for retail sales, so in addition to their usual menu fare you can purchase Boar’s Head deli meats by the pound, sliced cheeses, assorted bread loaves, Lavazza coffee, home-made carrot cake, side items, and much more.

Or if you have a special order or catering requests, they welcomes your special request.

They are also in the process of obtaining a liquor license for wine.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Claudio at 404-589-9800. He would love to hear any suggestions and/or ideas from the downtown residents.

Hours are Mon. – Thurs. 8am – 6:30 pm, Fri. 8am – 4pm, Sat. 10:30 am – 4pm.  Closed Sunday


Posted by wdarling | Business, Dining, News | Monday, June 29, 2009 7:47 pm

Now OPEN!!!!!


Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria
300 Marietta St.

Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria (300 Marietta St.) is Concentrics‘ third venture in Downtown Atlanta’s Luckie Marietta District.

Max’s will wow Atlantans with the simple, delicious and authentic pizza that New Yorkers have loved for years, courtesy of New York native and pizza lover Chef Nick Oltarsh.

The restaurant’s signature feature, the only genuine coal-burning oven in Georgia, enables Max’s to serve perfectly crisp and piping hot pizzas, creating a unique taste and texture that has been a hallmark of New York City pizzerias for more than a century. Embracing the traditional art of pizza making, Max’s invites guests to enjoy a taste of the Big Apple’s best paired with Atlanta’s Southern hospitality.

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