Condè Nast Traveler: The Shops Buckhead Atlanta


Meticulously manicured avenues; if shopping is a religion, this is your church.

The walkable plaza and connecting side streets feature a mix of ultra-high-end stores like Hermès, Jimmy Choo, Dior, Tom Ford, and Etro, and some more approachable brands like COS, Warby Parker, and NARS cosmetics. Those seeking Atlanta-based concepts will want to visit Luna, a curated women’s boutique, and Bella Cucina, a brand started in 1993 with Italian-inspired artisan culinary products.


Alala launching The Shops Buckhead Atlanta Pop-up


"We've seen major successes with pop-up shops in the past and wanted to explore moving our NYC presence south to engage with a new market of consumers. The Shops are home to other amazing like minded brands that align with who the Alala woman is, so it's a perfect fit."

Alala's merch includes customizable tights (personalized with a complimentary monogram) to bras and jackets. Long-sleeved tees and tanks feature a no-seam construction.

The pop-up will be located adjacent to NARS in Center Plaza. Its hours will be Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.



Biltong Bar Premiering Soon at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta

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Top quality beef jerky is coming to Buckhead. South African restaurant group True Story Brands (10 Degrees SouthYebo Beach HausCape Dutch) is opening a second Biltong Bar in the Shops Buckhead Atlanta this September.

Biltong Bar is its first restaurant of its kind, offering organic, house-cured jerky and South African street fare along with signature cocktails and a robust wine list. The Buckhead location will debut new items along with longstanding favorites, including freshly sliced South African beef jerky in a variety of flavors. Grab-and-go items like South African spices, rubs, and sodas are available to purchase.

The 6,500-square-foot restaurant’s interior will feature a 40-seat bar and a lounge stocked with interactive games.

“We’re looking forward to providing the Biltong Bar experience to the Buckhead neighborhood,” says Justin Anthony, owner of True Story Brands. “Whether you’re looking to grab biltong to go or sit down and enjoy a meal with us, we’ll be offering a variety of options for patrons to enjoy a taste of South Africa.”


In Atlanta, luxury coworking spaces will soon be a thing


From Decatur’s Church Street to downtown’s Flatiron City and Midtown’s Colony Square, coworking spaces have proliferated in recent years, accommodating thousands of Atlanta workers who shun traditional offices.

But a new shared-office venture in Buckhead is aiming for a level of refinement beyond ping pong tables and Friday afternoon Creature Comforts summits.

Launched in Sweden in 2012, a luxury workspace concept called No18 has picked a 32,000-square-foot slot at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta for its debut location in the United States, reps with developer OliverMcMillan announced today.

The No18 “ethos” embodied in a meeting room.
The members-only club for businesspeople will offer a range of flex workspaces, a high-style members lounge, meeting rooms, and private offices and desks, all with concierge-level services, per officials.

The environment is described as “aspirational,” “bright and inviting,” and within walking distance to Buckhead transit.

No18 is scheduled to open in Buckhead this fall on Bolling Way Northeast.

By: Josh Green, Curbed Atlanta


First U.S. location of co-working space ‘No18’ coming to Buckhead


A new co-working space will open its first U.S. location in Buckhead.

“No18” will take nearly 32,000 square feet at upscale development The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.

“This members club for businesses will offer a range of curated, flexible workspace options that will cater to the individual needs of Atlanta’s diverse mix of companies,” says an announcement.

No18 already has locations in Stockholm, Sweden, according to its website. 

It’s slated to open in fall 2018. It will come to 3017 Bolling Way NE.

No18 members will have exclusive access to a lounge, private offices, event space and meeting rooms.

“Atlanta has solidified itself as a city that fosters best-in-class talent and a destination for technological innovation,” Michel Gordin, founder and CEO of No18, said in a statement. “The Shops Buckhead Atlanta was a natural location choice for our entry into the United States. The site, and the city where it resides, embodies the spirit of our workspace ethos – a sanctuary where productivity, inspiration and style converge.”

No18 already has locations in Stockholm, Sweden, according to its website.

By Amy Wenk  – Staff Writer, Atlanta Business Chronicle


Krewe's Tiny House Coming to The Shops Buckhead Atlanta


Following its trip to Austin, Texas, the KREWE Tiny House, a mobile eyewear shopping experience, arrives at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta on April 20. Known for its modern, handcrafted frames often seen on famed faces like Beyoncé, Emma Watson and HAIM, the hip eyewear lines the shelves of the 154-square-foot showroom. Shoppers can purchase frames from the brand’s iconic sun and optical collections, and will be hard-pressed to try not to Instagram the pop-up experience.


Best Patios in Atlanta: Gypsy Kitchen


In The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, you’ll find Gypsy Kitchen. With a mix of Spanish, Indian and Mediterranean fare, the menu is certainly unique. Although the interior is gorgeous, you’ll want to take advantage of the patio for the warm days ahead. And Gypsy Kitchen has an always-rotating round of patio specials, which includes discounts on wine and tapas. Gypsy Kitchen features live music on special evenings.


Simply Buckhead: Life is Bella


Bella Cucina, the Italian-inspired specialty food brand, is a familiar name in Atlanta households, and it now has a new retail location at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Soaring industrial ceilings and concrete floors give the storefront an edgy vibe, while floral details and signs with friendly sayings keep it inviting. Several wooden tables fill the front part of the shop, each lined with Bella Cucina’s famous pesto and preserves and samples to try. Towards the back of the store is a space for classes, and eventually a full kitchen will be added. 


Fresh On The Scene: The Mourning Dove Cafè


It isn’t just the coffee and the espresso drinks that you’ll admire in this outpost of Alabama-based, fast-growing Revelator; you’ll also marvel at the elegant modern décor, the ambitious talent of manager/pastry chef Andrea Kirshtein (whose husband, Eli, owned The Luminary and now works in development for Revelator), and the growing menu she oversees out of a minuscule kitchen and pairs with a small but significant list of organic, biodynamic wines.


Best of Atlanta: Second-To-None Shopping

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High-end clientele of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta now have a posh go-to lair for all their purchasing needs, whether it by clothing, accessories, gifts or furnishings. Enter The Service by Style Design (, where Amy B. Nelson and her team will provide complimentary consulting by appointment for clients and patrons of the venue's stylish boutiques.

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Atlanta Ballet 2 at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta


Atlanta Ballet 2 is officially kicking off the holiday season with two free performances at the Shops of Buckhead on Saturday, November 18 and Saturday, November 25. Audiences will have the opportunity to witness the fresh excitement of the newest ensemble, comprised of 12 talented young dancers who train at the highest level of Atlanta Ballet’s Centre for Dance Education under the direction of Atlanta Ballet Artistic Director Gennadi Nedvigin and Dean Sharon Story. In addition to the program’s commitment to developing professional dancers, Atlanta Ballet 2 is focused on bringing dance to the Atlanta community. 


Buckhead Loves Locals: Takin' It To The Streets


For six graduates and current students from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Midtown, the chance to install their art in various locations throughout the posh shopping district is a golden opportunity to showcase what they do. In July, the group was selected from among 15 entries to put their work in various spaces throughout the property. Dubbed Buckhead Loves Locals, the program will keep the art in place through the rest of this year.