Shout Restaurant to Close Dec. 23

Shout restaurant at Colony square was a favorite spot for major celebrity events, premieres and parties because of its fine dining and spectacular rooftop, open-air views of Midtown Atlanta.
Well, say goodbye — quickly.
Shout will shutter its doors in less than a week. According to WSBTV, Shout will serve its last drink and plate on Dec. 23.
This despite the fact that Leigh Catherall, co-founder of Here to Serve Restaurants has become the full owner and CEO of the Atlanta-based restaurant group, and that chef Tom Catherall will retire.
Shout opened in 2005, at Colony Square Mall at the corner of 14th and Peachtree in Midtown, which was a convenient location that was easily accessible from all directions of metro Atlanta.
Operating with the motto, “Food, Fun, Flirt,” Shout was a nice companion piece to the square and nestled nicely between W hotel, the Woodruffs Arts Center and the 14th Street Playhouse.
The restaurant had attained local renown for its American, Mediterranean and Asian influenced menu, large space and sushi lounge.

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