Chandlee and Sons Construction Company has arrived at the finishing stage at the Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall on the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Beltline.
Online PR News – 01-July-2014 – Atlanta – Chandlee and Sons Construction Company has arrived at the finishing stage at the Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall on the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta Beltline. And once again Ladybird has made headlines even before it has opened. This unique eatery is featured in an article in the Atlanta version of Eater.
On June 24, 2014 the Atlanta issue of Eater featured an article on the choice of the chef for Ladybird, located at 684 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue, by owner, Michael Lennox. Lennox offered the position of executive chef to Robert Lupo in a conversation that began with a cold call. Lupo created the vegetarian and six course fare at the West Sherrywood Supper Club and held the position of executive sous chef at Leon’s Full Service in Decatur, Georgia and as well as several other restaurants.
Lennox is also working closely with Seth Chandlee and his crew to complete each detail of the design to make his first restaurant everything that he wants it to be. Navy paint was chosen for the tall interior walls of the former cotton mill, maps have been applied to the wall behind the rustic bar, and a 1,000 square foot mural has been painted by an Atlanta artist along one wall in the main dining room.
The interior space is trimmed out with metal baseboards and thousands of board feet of reclaimed lumber have been used for interior and exterior walls and ceiling surfaces and in various applications for furniture. The main dining area has three 9 foot tall windows and the entry has set of Mahogany French double doors. Not shown in the photo is the owner’s office located on a second floor that was created within the tall space above the activity.
The existing structure has a wide concrete porch running along one side of the building. The Chandlee crew created both covered and open outside dining areas on the porch. The covered areas are enclosed in copper screen and a hand-crafted, open-patterned, wood wall defines the open portions of the porch. Come cold weather dining will be possible inside the screened areas and on the lawn.
A large number of 30 foot high telephone poles have been placed throughout the property: Some are painted like totem poles, some display large flags and others are used in the design of dining tables (as seen in the photo on the right).
The lawn lends itself beautifully to Lennox’s ideas of shuffleboard and ping pong. Customers can drive to the restaurant, ride up on their bicycles or walk up in flip flops with their dogs for drinks and dining on a fare that has a hint of campfire cuisine. As cold weather approaches the simple and high quality fare will transform to keep even the hardiest hiking visitor warm and content and ready to return for more.
Chandlee and Sons Construction Company is the design-build, retail, commercial and light industrial contracting firm on this project. Chandlee and Sons offers a full design team of architects, engineers, designer and contractors ever ready to take any project from concept to completion in budget and on time. Call the main office at 678-278-9226, Seth Chandlee at 770-912-1666 or email him at email@example.com for a free consultation and quotation on your next project. Their website is www.chandleeandsonsconstruction.com.
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