And Little Bacch has closed
Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison have been working on a new home for Star Provisions and Bacchanalia since last spring, and the wife-and-husband team has a moving date circled on the calendar. The restaurants will remain open at Westside Provisions District through the end of March, and they will debut at their new Westside digs on Saturday, April 1.
Quatrano, who won the 2003 James Beard Foundation award for Best Chef: Southeast, and Harrison’s restaurants are moving into a brand-new building located at 1460 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd., about a mile away from their current home. Star Provisions will settle into one side of the building, Bacchanalia will claim the other, and a shared kitchen will take up space between the two businesses. Architecture firm Perkins+Will is in charge of the design.
Star Provisions’s to-go business will remain at Westside Provisions District. Quatrano has said that Little Bacch’s closure will likely result in its menu having some influence on the offerings at the new Bacchanalia. Joe Schafer will continue to run the kitchen as executive chef.
Star Provisions and Bacchanalia have been in their current location since 1999, with the latter, which opened in 1993, previously occupying a space in Buckhead. Quatrano and Harrison also operate Dub's Fish Camp in Ponce City Market and Floataway Cafe in North Druid Hills. The duo closed another Westside Provisions District restaurant, Abattoir, in March 2015. That space was taken over by Ford Fry's Marcel.