They’re celebrating their 5th anniversary on Saturday, October 5!
From Atlanta’s first outdoor-oriented restaurant and bar to open on the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, this event will feature live music, food and drink from Ladybird, guest chefs, and more! Portion of the proceeds will benefit Giving Kitchen and Open Hand Atlanta. Tickets are available here.
Executive Editor Ale Sharpton says: This is one amazing venue, based right on the bustling Atlanta BeltLine directly in my Old Fourth Ward hood. The outdoor beer garden has been of the city’s prime hangouts, plus an always festive indoors serving up extraordinary fare in a camping vibe. This is a spot you have to hit up! Help celebrate a fantastic 5 years and support a great cause at the same time.
They say: Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall announces “Block Party at the ‘Bird,” an event celebrating the restaurant’s fifth anniversary on Saturday, October 5 from 2-11pm. Presented by Electric Hospitality (the restaurant group behind Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall, Golden Eagle and Muchacho), the BeltLine-adjacent block party will feature food and drink from Ladybird and guest chefs from neighboring restaurants, two outdoor stages with live music and more. In addition, 10 percent of all proceeds from the day will be donated to local nonprofits Giving Kitchen and Open Hand Atlanta.
During Block Party at the ‘Bird, neighbors and friends can gather at the iconic Atlanta restaurant to enjoy a celebratory sampling of Ladybird’s elevated campfire cuisine, beer, wine and craft cocktails available for purchase. The event will also welcome Ladybird’s Reynoldstown sister spots Golden Eagle and Muchacho, in addition to a lineup of guest chefs from neighboring restaurants along the BeltLine, all selling their best block party-inspired dishes.
Throughout the day, live music will be played on stages in Ladybird’s outdoor grove and parking area from bands Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics, Chupacabras, Downtown Abbey & The Echoes, Kyle Lacy & The Wildest, Sweet Auburn String Band and Trae Pierce & The T-Stones.
“We’re incredibly excited to celebrate this milestone with our Atlanta neighbors and friends,” says Owner and Founder Michael Lennox. “It’s been an honor to grow with the community over the last five years, and we’re so thankful for all the support that has allowed us to carve out our spot along the BeltLine.”
Please see here for tickets and more details.
Located in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward district, Ladybird is the first outdoor-oriented restaurant and bar to open along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, at mile marker 9.25. An in-town home-away-from-home for Atlanta’s adventure seekers, Ladybird serves elevated campfire cuisine for dinner, lunch and brunch Friday through Sunday, and focuses on shareable dishes that rotate based on local availability. Restaurateur Michael Lennox is behind the restaurant and also owns sister spots Golden Eagle and Muchacho in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood. Ladybird’s beverage program features craft cocktails, wine and local beer, alongside housemade juices and sodas. Featured in Southern Living, Garden & Gun, Travel + Leisure and many more, the acclaimed restaurant is also home to an outdoor “Grove” space, including a bar inside a vintage-painted camper, hangout-friendly seating, communal beer garden-style tables, string lights and more.