Grace Revival

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Grace Revival was the announced name of a restaurant planned by former Satterfield's executive chef Haller Magee. It was to have opened in the fall of 2014 at 2212 2nd Avenue North. The concept was inspired by his grandmother's name. The restaurant would have accommodated 82 diners with an open kitchen and chef's counter. A "progressive Southern" menu would have been offered at lunch and dinner hours, in a setting more casual than Satterfield's.

Magee leased the space and hired Hendon & Huckestein Architects to design the renovations and Locke General Contractors to carry them out.

The restaurant never opened and the leased was later taken up by Sam Fallow and Bernie Smith, former owners of the Tavern on the Summit, for their Asian restaurant Bamboo on 2nd, which opened in Spring 2015.

References

  • Carlton, Bob (June 18, 2014) "Birmingham chef Haller Magee, formerly of Satterfield's, plans to open restaurant downtown." The Birmingham News
  • Carlton, Bob (January 21, 2015) "Former Tavern on the Summit owners plan to open Asian restaurant in downtown Birmingham." The Birmingham News