Bob Amick, Owner and Founder of Concentrics Restaurants, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Winners announced at the Georgia Restaurant Association’s 10th Annual GRACE Awards
L to R: Bob Amick, Karen Bremer (President of the GRA) and Doug McKendrick of McKendrick’s Steakhouse (Lifetime Achievement Award presenter and 2015 recipient)
Atlanta, GA (November 14, 2016) – Bob Amick, Owner and Founder of Concentrics Restaurants, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Georgia Restaurant Association on Sunday, November 13th at their 10th annual GRACE Awards Gala held at The Delta Flight Museum. The GRACE Awards Gala is the Georgia Restaurant Association’s (GRA) annual black-tie event honoring Georgia’s restaurant industry. For a full list of winners click here.
Amick and his Concentrics concepts have been nominated for several James Beard Awards including “Outstanding Restaurateur” and “Best Restaurant”. Top chefs such as Richard Blais, Todd Ginsberg, Joe Schafer, Nick Melvin, Zeb Stevenson, Scott Serpas, Todd Stein and more come from the Concentrics family.
“It is an honor to be recognized by your peers. Thought it is a lifetime achievement award, I am looking forward to continuing to create over the next decade,” explains Amick. At the awards ceremony, Amick acknowledged the people on his Concentrics team, including partner Todd Rushing, as invaluable in terms of his success.
Amick has plans to open 14 more Concentrics concepts between 2017 and early 2018.
As a special 10 year celebration of the GRACE Awards, recognition was given to the finalists and honorees from the past decade. Jim Stacy, host of the Cooking Channel's “Offbeat Eats” and owner of Pallookaville Fine Foods, served as the Master of Ceremonies.
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