Renderings Revealed for Fetch, a Restaurant and Dog Park Coming Soon to O4W


WASHINGTON, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — Fetch has released the first renderings of the restaurant and dog park bar concept coming to Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. Fetch is the first restaurant concept by Atlanta businessman Stephen Ochs and his business partner, Garrett Reynolds. The restaurant is expected to open this Fall.

Fetch Shipping Container Rendering4

The renderings offer a first look at the three elements of Fetch, situated on the 1.27-acre lot located at 520 Daniel St. in Atlanta. In Fetch Park, the on-site dog park, a converted Airstream trailer featuring a full bar and outdoor TVs will serve beer, wine and cocktails to park visitors. The main building, Fetch Ice House, will house a restaurant and bar in an open-air, rustic setting with plenty of outdoor seating. A shipping container transformed into a full-service bar with TVs and a rooftop lounge serves as the centerpiece of the property.

Fetch will offer Wi-Fi throughout the restaurant and park area, a dog wash station and a membership option for dog owners seeking a safe, enjoyable place for theirs pets to play. Fetch is within walking distance of both Krog Street Market and the BeltLine, situated in the middle of the thriving Old Fourth Ward community.


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