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How One Business is Maximizing its Beltline Adjacency

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While other businesses create subtle trails, picnic spots and pathways on the Eastside Trail, one Old Fourth Ward eatery is going full-blown Beltline bivouac. This month, Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall will begin work on the "grove" aspect of the business that's been planned all along — a 4,000-square-foot outdoor lounge that could double as a rugged campsite, Atlanta INtown reports. Expect a bar carved into a vintage camper van, beer-garden tables, Adirondack chairs, retro metal gliders, two Ping-Pong tables, a place for live music and even a few teepees that seat up to six people. (The grove's projected opening is late January). Kevin Rathbun erected a swanky outdoor patio, Parish restaurant added picnic tables, and Murder Kroger built a concrete ramp, but this addition could put Ladybird atop the heap in terms of businesses that have maximized Beltline adjacency.