The Colonnade


Photo courtesy of The Flying Biscuit Cafe.

The first Flying Biscuit Cafe opened in Atlanta’s Candler Park area in 1993 with a friendly, neighborhood vibe, fresh ingredients, Southern-style comfort food and breakfast served all day. Read more



Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

A new taco spot has opened up in the Colonnade shopping center. Read more


Read about what's now open, coming soon and other business news. Read more

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Colonnade Charging Station

Courtesy of CBRE

The station, which has two chargers, is located close to the Taziki’s and is free to the public. Read more


Jane Claire Designs Drapery Studios moved locations. Read more


0412 Black Market Bar

Photos by Madoline Markham.

Black Market Bar is, in a word, eclectic. The covered patio begs passersby to stop in for happy hour drink specials and an order of Baked Feta to share. Read more

0811 Deep South Outfitters

Photo by Madoline Markham.

Deep South Outfitters near the Colonnade looks like a fishing and outdoors store, and it is. But the owner, Rob Rogers, and his customers will tell you that their prize product is their fly fishing expertise. Read more


0811 Black Pearl

Photo by Madoline Markham.

If you look past Taziki’s, Baja Burger, Pablo’s and Edgar’s in the quick-casual dining selection at the Colonnade, you’ll find Black Pearl. It’s Asian food, but it’s not a buffet. Read more


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When going through a mental checklist of where to go for lunch or dinner, it is easy to forget about the tried and true—the restaurants that have served us well for years. Johnny Ray’s at the Colonnade is an example of one of these great restaurants. Read more

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