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Fetch, the Old Fourth Ward’s dog-park restaurant, in renderings

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Emphasis is on the outdoors here

A reborn shipping container at Fetch.
A reborn shipping container, one of three Fetch “elements.”
Renderings courtesy of Fetch

Renderings released today give a clearer idea what a dog-park restaurant concept billed as a first for Atlanta will be.

In the 500 block of Daniel Street, near the intersection of Boulevard and Edgewood Avenue, a concept called “Fetch” hopes to break ground soon — and open in the fall.

It’s a venture by former Atlanta Falcon Garrett Reynolds and business partner Stephen Ochs, who plan what they’re calling Atlanta’s first Texas-style icehouse — basically an open-air bar and restaurant. With a dog park. And a repurposed shipping container and Airstream trailer.

Fetch will have three distinct “elements,” officials said. They are:

  • Fetch Park, the on-site dog park, will feature a converted Airstream trailer with a full bar and outdoor TVs. Expect beer, wine, and cocktails for park patrons.
  • The main building, Fetch Ice House, “will house a restaurant and bar in an open-air, rustic setting with plenty of outdoor seating,” per a press release.
  • Elsewhere, a shipping container transformed into a full-service bar with TVs and a rooftop lounge is planned as the property’s centerpiece.

Beyond food, drinks, and grassy space for frolicking, expect a dog-washing station and “a membership option for dog owners seeking a safe, enjoyable place for theirs pets to play,” officials said.

Have a look:

A silver airstream sits among a field full of dogs. Fetch