Athens’ Health Hotspot Maepole Are About To Open Their New Location In Atlanta

By Jack Rattenbury

Maepole have cracked the code on serving up tasty and healthy food!

If you’re familiar with Athens, then you’re probably aware of Maepole. If you’re a fan then you’re in luck, as the health food connoisseurs have officially expanded from their beloved original location. Their brand new Atlanta outpost is ready for opening, and we’re so ready for it.

The mind behind the newly confirmed chain is chef Peter Dale. He also owns the National, Seabear Oyster Bar, and Condor Chocolates in Athens. Now Atlanta is about to taste the flavors of Athens, as his healthy, comfort food restaurant opens their Summerhill location sometime next week – so keep your eyes peeled, Atlanta!

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Their Athens location features an incredible patio to enjoy your food on, and Atlanta won’t be missing out on that outdoor dining. The Summerhill restaurant resides in a new building with high ceilings and a covered front patio with picnic tables, heaters for the winter, and fans for the summer. At full capacity, it will seat approximately 65 diners.

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Maepole are known for their build-your-own format with fresh and seasonal ingredients. Chose a base of veggies, rice, sweet potato, or quinoa. After that, you choose your sides and we recommend their mac n’ cheese. Finally you top it off with your choice of protein (shredded pork, black-eyed pea fritters, seared chicken thighs, or tempeh), and one or more of their sauces from the extensive list on offer.


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No official opening date has been announced for the Summerhill location, but it will be sometime next week. The Athens location remains open for your healthy pick-me-up!

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Maepole’s Athens location is at 1021 N Chase St, Athens, GA 30601.

Maepole’s Summerhill location is at 72 Georgia Avenue Southeast.