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.
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 (abnstyle.com), 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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This is the first brick and mortar Georgia location for the gourmet gelato shop which is known for presenting its scoops in the shape of a rose. Gelatos and sorbets are made from whole fruit purees, free range eggs, and French whole milk. Fancy flavors include tiramisu and mango Alfonso d’India. Gluten free and vegan options will be available upon request.
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.
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.
Hundreds of locals hit the Shops Buckhead Atlanta this weekend for the second annual Style South. The event, a day-long series of special shopping events culminating in an outdoor fashion show, began on Thursday with a kick-off party at Buckhead Art &Company. By Saturday evening, more than 300 people made their way to the plaza for a runway presentation featuring a range of retailers including Alice & Olivia, Theory, Joie, Tod's, Vilebrequin and more.
“Because not everyone can attend New York Fashion Week, this is our way of bringing the excitement and glamour of a fall runway show right to Atlanta so guests can experience all of fall’s sought-after trends from our own considerable collection of retailers,” said Anneliese Reid, marketing manager of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. “Additionally, shoppers will have the opportunity to buy their favorite looks fresh off the runway.”
In collaboration with SCAD, six up-and-coming artists will create one-of-a-kind art installations and murals throughout the property
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta is collaborating with Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to bring one-of-a-kind art displays to the outdoor center during the second annual “Buckhead Loves Locals” ...
Two of America’s newest luxury shopping and dining districts located in the heart of Atlanta and Houston, are introducing new tourism programs for domestic and international travelers in November. The Shops Buckhead Atlanta and River Oaks District Houston both offer a curated collection of renowned designer names including Dior, Hermes, Tom Fordand more, coupled with today’s contemporary designer labels such as Akris, COS, Brunello Cucinelli, and BONOBOS, many of which are located nowhere else in these markets. Read Full Article
Construction is booming, with new homes, condominiums and town houses sprouting up, as well as office space. The Atlanta Regional Commission forecasts that the population of Atlanta will increase in the double and triple digits in several pockets from 2010 to 2020, especially in more affluent neighborhoods of north Atlanta.
People are shopping, but not so much at malls, resulting in three hot retail areas — Ponce City Market, Westside Provisions District and The Shops at Buckhead Atlanta — becoming shopping streetscapes. Full Article Here.
There's stiff competition for high-end steak meals in Buckhead, and the newest entry into the fray takes a strong stand. American Cut, the tony meat den in the Buckhead Atlanta development comes courtesy LDV Hospitality, partner/chef Marc Forgione and executive chef John Adamson, who'd been at Lenox's True Food Kitchen since it opened ...