Caviar by TRMH brings brunch to Atlanta


S^4 Real Property Group LLC is completing a construction at 510 Fairburn Road SW that will soon welcome new restaurant tenants, including Caviar by TRMH (The Real Milk and Honey).

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“We saw an urgent need to bring quality food to this place,” said Ron Wilson, a representative for S^4 Real Property Group. “We bring a unique and exciting dining experience.”

The 2,502 square foot suite that Caviar by TRMH will occupy rests pleasantly in an 8,400 square foot structure with outdoor seating with a total occupancy of 218. “This is a great opportunity for one of the suites. Our expected completion date is September 2022,” Wilson said.

Caviar by TRMH will bring unique brunch options to the location. “It will be inspired by brunch but enhanced with caviar. We will have traditional caviar service as well as various caviar topped dishes,” said co-owner Shauna Neely.

Caviar plans to bring over-the-top recipes to introduce Atlanta to something they’ve never seen before. “We want to introduce caviar culture. It’s not something out of our reach anymore,” Neely said.

Shauna Neely and her partner Nigel Douglas also own Douglas Neely Hospitality Group. “We help companies elevate their brand and that’s what we plan to do with Caviar by TRMH. The possibilities are endless,” Neely told What Now Atlanta.

Five other restaurants will open at this location, including a Caribbean fusion restaurant, brick oven pizza and burger joints. S^4 feels that the whole community has been underserved and wants that to change.

As with its flagship location in the heart of Historic College Park, The Real Milk and Honey offers a unique brunch experience. ‌Some of the delicacies on the menu include shrimp and oatmeal, peach oatmeal, fried jerk wings and waffles,‌ ‌and‌‌lobster‌ ‌egg‌ ‌and‌ ‌cheese‌ ‌biscuits.

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