Cabbage Pie is “an Italian pizza bistro” in Cabbagetown. The neighborhood joint serves Italian mainstays like calamari, fettuccine, and paninis, but it also includes outliers like chicken wings and sweet potato fries. The restaurant also serves barbecue and chicken wings.
An artist-run cooperative, Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works is dedicated to providing affordable studio space for ceramic and glass artists, classes for the general public, and showcasing artist's works in its small gallery space. The non-profit was founded in 2002.
The Cabbagetown Community Center houses Grant Park Cooperative Preschool’s Cabbagetown Campus. Both the Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association and the Cabbagetown Initiative Community Development Corporation (CICDC) meet in the community room monthly. The community room is used by neighbors and community groups and can be rented
for special events.
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The site of the former Grant School, now Cabbagetown Park, marked the last option for developing a substantial swath of greenspace within the Cabbagetown neighborhood. After years of wrangling over details, price, and land use with the Atlanta Public School system throughout the late 1990s, the neighborhood association that would become the Cabbagetown Initiative Community Development Corporation eventually succeeded in converting the space into a city park. Today, the 3.5 acres are known for hosting the annual Chomp and Stomp festival among other events throughout the year.
The Custom Artisan Group creates architectural elements, primarily ironworks and sculptures, for both private residences and public spaces. The organization also specializes in interior design and custom furniture, fine art, architectural photography, and consultancies.
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