New Executive Chef of Abbatoir

Celebrated chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison are excited to announce that Hector Santiago is now leading Abattoir’s kitchen as executive chef. A decorated, nationally recognized chef and the Food Network’s “Top Chef” alum, Santiago has taken the helm of the terroir-centric, westside Atlanta chophouse.

“Hector shares our passion for sustainability, locally raised proteins and high quality, approachable food,” said Quatrano. “He is a well-respected and reputable member of the national culinary scene, and we are thrilled to have him at the forefront of Abattoir’s kitchen.”

A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Santiago is a three-time James Beard nominee for “Best Chef Southeast,” has been honored by StarChefs.com as a “Rising Star” and received the Santé award for “Innovative Cuisine.” An inspired chef, Santiago produces creative Latin American-influenced fare.

Abattoir is located in an old meatpacking plant on Atlanta’s dynamic Westside at 1170 Howell Mill Road and serves dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 6 p.m. For more information about Abattoir, please visitwww.starprovisions.com or call 404.892.3335.

Three Taverns Craft Beers

On Friday, July 19, Atlanta’s newest production brewery, Three Taverns Craft Brewery, introduced two flagship beers throughout Decatur and officially launched into the market at Brick Store Pub, with the first pour taking place at 5:03 p.m.

Under the watch of Brian Purcell, brewmaster and CEO, and Chet Burge, CFO, Three Taverns Craft Brewery delivers a truly authentic Belgian-style brewing experience on American soil. Notably, Three Taverns will be the only traditional Belgian-style beer brewed in the Southeast. Later this summer, Joran Van Ginderachter will relocate from Belgium to Atlanta to assume the position of head brewer, making him one of just three classically trained Belgian brewers in the United States.

On Friday, July 19, Atlanta’s newest production brewery, Three Taverns Craft Brewery, introduced two flagship beers throughout Decatur and officially launched into the market at Brick Store Pub, with the first pour taking place at 5:03 p.m.

Under the watch of Brian Purcell, brewmaster and CEO, and Chet Burge, CFO, Three Taverns Craft Brewery delivers a truly authentic Belgian-style brewing experience on American soil. Notably, Three Taverns will be the only traditional Belgian-style beer brewed in the Southeast. Later this summer, Joran Van Ginderachter will relocate from Belgium to Atlanta to assume the position of head brewer, making him one of just three classically trained Belgian brewers in the United States.