Revival opens ‘Communion’ space to the public again
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A year after Revival turned its backyard beer garden – Communion – into a private event space, the restaurant has decided to reopen it to the public.
A press release from the restaurant says, “Fresh air, falling leaves and cheering on a favorite football team…these are a few of Atlanta chef and restaurateur Kevin Gillespie’s favorite things. Gillespie is adding to the season’s splendor by reopening, the backyard bar and eatery at his popular Revival restaurant in Decatur, for weekend service beginning Saturday, Sept. 8. Communion’s convivial atmosphere is perfect for kicking back, relaxing and snacking on game day favorites.”
It will be open each weekend through the weekend after Thanksgiving, starting at noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
“Food and drinks are available for purchase from the backyard food truck, and the menu includes a variety of Springer Mountain Farms chicken wings (hot, mild, lemon pepper and barbecue), chicken tenders, fried chicken salad and French fries,” the press release says. “Communion’s beverage selection includes craft beers, a small list of wines and a weekly rotating cocktail. The shaded bar area at Communion features two new televisions where guests can watch the football action, while the yard offers a sunny spot to play a casual game of cornhole. Guests can enter Communion through Revival’s parking lot. Reservations are not needed.”
Revival and Communion are located at 129 Church Street in Decatur.
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