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How One Restaurant is Going “Backyard-to-Table”

Jim Adams Farm & Table is bringing a new meaning to “farm-to-table.” The restaurant, opening soon at Bolton Village in Atlanta’s Upper Westside, will include dishes featuring produce from raised beds, a beehive and mushroom farm on property, as well as an urban farm popping up nine miles away along the future Atlanta Beltline Southside Trail.

In addition to fresh fare, the restaurant intends to sell produce from the farm, including vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Chuck Meadows, the owner, created Jim Adams in honor of his great, great uncle, who was an accomplished farmer in Georgia overseeing more than 100 acres of land in Greene County.

Boris Garbuz and Shea Meddin of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, The Mainland Company, in the lease transaction, and Tara Healy of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. The restaurant, located at 2011 Bolton Road, opens this Saturday, Feb. 24.

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