Parish (Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe)
Located in the beautifully restored 1890s Atlanta Pipe and Foundry Company terminal building in the heart of Inman Park, PARISH is defined by The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café. The eatery’s theme and purpose draws on the comforting influences that make regional cuisine and culture one of a kind.
Unique people, delicious food and good-for-the-earth goods all come together at the brasserie and neighborhood café at parish. Step off the beltline and join the vibrant culture of inman park at its core. Located in the historical terminal building built in 1890, the only remaining structure from an old pipe factory, parish has restored the space to its original grandeur.
Whether you venture upstairs to the brasserie or head downstairs to the neighborhood café, expect to find inspired familiar american food, inventive beverage, and warm hospitality.
Located on the main level, The Brasserie and Chef Zeb Stevenson provides inspired familiar food, inventive beverage and warm hospitality to both the immediate neighborhood and to all of Atlanta. The Brasserie at PARISH is open six nights a week, and Saturdays and Sundays boast an impressive brunch.
Located on the lower level, the Neighborhood Cafe allows guests to mingle and graze at the communal table, enjoy a latte at the outdoor pet-friendly BeltLine patio tables and peruse unique sundries housed in an exposed brick space. The Neighborhood Café features homemade pastries and breads, eco-friendly packaged nibbles, premium cheeses, house-made salami, homemade ice cream, locally-sourced produce and a variety of ever-changing niche wares along with selection of artisanal beer and wine. Guests can simply order a bite and explore the various odds and ends throughout.