Restaurant Profile Kimball House Decatur

Step back in time and experience something new Kimball House Restaurant Decatur There's a new kid in town. Inspired by turn-of-the-century American hotels, Kimball house is set to open this fall in the Decatur area. The historic Decatur Depot building will house this new restaurant and bar and gives homage to the Kimball House hotel that was built in the mid 1900s. The Brickstore Pub and Leon's Full Service teams are behind this establishment. Popular executive chefs, Jeffery Wall and Philip Meeker will develop the food menu, featuring dishes that draw inspiration from the menus of old hotel bars and restaurants. Miles Macguarrie of Leon's is the mastermind behind the cocktail list, which will feature classics and culinary-inspired originals.

The spirit list incudes absinthe and sparkling wines and a rotating selection of craft beer will welcome each season. Kimball House will be located at 303 E. Howard in Decatur, GA. You can follow their progress here. kimball-house.tumblr.com The official website is cargocollective.com/kimballhouse and they are currently accepting applications fro front of house (FOH) and back of house (BOH) help. Dress attire will be casual fancy and guests can expect to feel like they were sent back in time when they walk through the doors.

About the original Kimball House The Kimball House was the name of two historical hotels in Atlanta, Georgia. Both were constructed on an entire city block at the south-southeast corner of Five Points, bounded by Whitehall Street (now part of Peachtree Street), Decatur Street, Pryor Street, and Wall Street. The completed six-story building was built of brick and painted yellow with brown trim.[1] It had a four-story open-air lobby filed with plants, flowers, and a 12-foot-diameter fountain.[1] The House also boasted gas-light chandeliers, a central heating plant, a laundry, billiard hall, and 500 hotel rooms.[1] It also had sixteen stores. It was the first building in Atlanta to have elevators and central heating. For more information about the author, Denielle D'Ambrosio, please visit my Google+ profile page.