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We can't wait to see you!!!

New Hours:

Friday - 11am - 10pm
Saturday - 10am - 10pm
Sunday - 10am - 5pm

Serving brunch and dinner menu all day!!!
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681.4434

Parish: The Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe

Unique people, delicious food and good-for-the-Earth goods all come together at the Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Thursday, November 5, 2020

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Sunday, April 26, 2020

TWO SOON!

Hello TWO urban licks and Concentrics Restaurants Family,

We look forward to welcoming you back to dine with us, but we believe it's TWO SOON to reopen our doors safely at this time!

It is our responsibility and duty to our staff and guests to keep you safe when we welcome you into our home. Our commitment to public health and safety comes first. We are focused on devising our path forward regarding the new compliance norms, modifying operational procedures, and enhancing sanitation & cleaning protocols. We will continue to provide updates as we get closer to setting a realistic reopening date. We remain patient yet prepared, as this battle is going to be a marathon, not a sprint.

In the meantime, we would be so grateful for your continued support. It's TWO SOON to bring our staff back from the safe sidelines. We are now taking orders for our TWO SOON custom tees! All proceeds will go to our Concentrics Restaurants COVID-19 Relief Fund!

We can't wait to see you soon, but not TWO SOON...

Bob Amick and Todd Rushing

Click HERE to purchase

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Covid-19 Update


Governor Kemp’s announcement to begin reopening our great state yesterday comes with a whirlwind of emotions. “Although I couldn’t be happier to have bowling solidified as one of life’s most essential needs, I’m surprised by the accelerated timeline to be able to reopen our doors to the public,” says Justin Amick President & CEO of Painted Hospitality who owns and operates Atlanta’s The Painted Pin in Buckhead and The Painted Duck on the Westside.

“We can’t wait to get back to work, but the decision feels premature. Small businesses, including restaurants, bars and entertainment venues, are currently fighting for their lives due to the nationwide forced closures. On one hand, we need to be open to be able to survive, but we only have one opportunity to get it right, there are no second chances. explains Bob Amick, Owner, Concentrics Restaurants which owns TWO Urban Licks, Parish and Bully Boy.

We are scared to death about the new norms, strict limitations, and guidelines that will make it impossible to be financially viable. A rushed reopening could be the nail in the coffin for many companies. We won’t risk the safety of our staff, families, and patrons, as their well being is of the utmost importance. We look forward to digesting all the information and making the best decision that aligns and serves our entire community.