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.
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. Selection of house made pastries and breads made by chef Jonathan St. HilaireBaguettes for sale
Address: 240 N. Highland Ave., 30307
Phone: 404- 681-4434Website