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Parish market: Inman Park

posted on June 9, 2008 at 5:48 am
Don’t tell anyone but I am kind of digging the new Parish Market. I have not eaten upstairs in the restaurant but my one experience was very pleasant. The space is super cute–Amick and Co. really did a nice job with the renovation and they have loads of fun products to peruse and a very cool long table (pictured below) for dining. I grabbed some peach butter from Serenbe Farms and a couple of mini-baguettes while stopping in for a quick lunch.
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The fried green tomato BLT has thick slices of perfectly-fried green tomatoes, raw slices of regular tomatoes, house-cured bacon, a spicy remoulade and lettuce on griddled house made farm bread ($7.50). A totally crave-worthy sandwich but there are loads of other choices too. The po-boy is next on my list. 
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Selection of house made pastries and breads made by chef Jonathan St. Hilaire
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Baguettes for sale
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11 comments

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Anonymous · June 9, 2008  8:14 AM

    Agreed re: Parish. It is very cute and well-curated, which made me skeptical at first. But the two meals I have had there were very tasty – shrimp po boy one day, and a sandwich/salad to go another. I am looking forward to stopping by one weekend morning for breakfast.

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Bunny · June 9, 2008  12:09 PM

    I live nearby and have the luxury of walking to the market often… I love the grilled cheese (without the broccolini, though).

    The breakfast, however, hasn’t been so good. I haven’t had brunch upstairs yet but my friends who have eaten there did not have an enjoyable experience. I’ve had breakfast in the market twice and it’s not something I would recommend. But the pastries, sandwiches, fresh squeezed oj, coffee – all to die for!

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Broderick · June 9, 2008  7:06 PM

    Great pix!! The BLT looks delicious, I had a seafood po’boy and loved it. I’m digging the market too 🙂

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: The Blissful Glutton · June 10, 2008  4:10 AM

    Thanks Broderick….although they are no where as good as your pix. I need a lesson from you!

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: c-dub · June 10, 2008  6:58 AM

    Totally good call on Parish!

    I’ve been twice already (within 2 days of each other!), and am tempted to go back for lunch today. It’s my new addiction. I’ve only been to the market, but I do want to try the restaurant as well.

    The atmosphere downstairs is just great!

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Anonymous · June 10, 2008  8:21 AM

    blt delish. oyster po boy tasty but skimpy on fried oysters–no excuse. they should be falling out of sammie

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Anonymous · June 10, 2008  9:26 AM

    I had brunch there on Sunday. It’s very cute but the service was not good. Very slow, wrong food brought to wrong tables, cold food served. There were a lot of upset customers and it was a little uncomfortable. Anyway, I love the atmosphere and the market looks delicious but I just wanted to warn anyone that might take their dad to Parish for father’s day. You might want to choose a more dependable place.

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Jennifer · June 12, 2008  6:53 AM

    I had brunch upstairs for mothers day and the service was great. It’s lacking a lot of creole staples (shrimp and grits, andouille sausage) but the savory cheesecake was amazing. We got it as an appetizer but I wanted it again for my entree.

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: globetrotter · June 16, 2008  5:43 AM

    I had a horrible experience! Employees gave us wrong info over the phone which left my out-of-town guest waiting in the sweltering heat for 2 hours!When we finally sat down, they gave us 2 coffee tables for 8 adults to eat on! No thank you…SEAN! Never again.

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: The Blissful Glutton · June 16, 2008  5:45 AM

    Globetrotter:
    Was this at the Market or upstairs in the restaurant?

  • Re: Parish market: Inman Park
    posted by: Anonymous · August 1, 2008  7:35 AM

    I recently visited PARISH for dinner with some friends and had an amazing time! The savory cheesecake was very flavorful and delicious. The atmosphere was fun, relaxing, and the service was great. We love going to PARISH for some good New Orleans style food!

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