Nearly two years after opening, The Shops Buckhead Atlanta — "the premier destination of luxury shopping in the South" — is currently about 60 percent occupied by restaurants and retailers.
Recent openings include Dior, Tom Ford, NARS, Kit & Ace and Flywheel; and, by year’s end, American Cut, JOIE, Robert Talbott, and Taverna are slated to open their doors at the high-end retail district, officials announced this week.
In total, 19 new tenants will have joined the property by the end of 2016 — according to a news release from The Shops Buckhead Atlanta’s PR Firm — for a grand total of 55 retailers and restaurants.
Last time Curbed Atlanta checked in, we gave a glimpse of what prospective shoppers could expect. And now, here’s a closer look at what the most recent soon-to-open establishments have to offer:
- Run by past "Next Iron Chef" winner Marc Forgione, American Cut "pays homage to the original and aspirational New York dining experience, the steakhouse."
- Women’s clothing store JOIE is "inspired by the Southern California lifestyle and its casual, yet sophisticated way of life." Women can expect to spend anywhere from $50 to $300 on a dress.
- Robert Talbott is a men and women’s clothing store. Men: It costs about $150 for a tie. Women: Blouses will cost you roughly the same.
- Italian restaurant Taverna offers a "warm and inviting neighborhood restaurant" feel with offerings like pan seared sea bass, delicate pasta, and "fabulous risotto."
Ain’t nothing like some steaks and Italian food to fuel up for a big day of shopping ... or (for some husbands) to kill time at the bar awaiting the sweet end of said shopping spree.