Business Supporters

All Fired Up

This pottery painting and glass fusing studio provides a comfortable environment where people of all ages can have fun and where families can play together. All Fired Up is the perfect place to explore your inner creativity and find the artist in you! Check out its classes and special events too. Owners Jim Drummond served […]

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Barnes and Noble

This multi-faceted bookstore provides Emory students with current-semester textbooks and Village neighbors with a wide selection of both classic and contemporary selections. It also features a diverse array of Emory-themed merchandise. B&N has been a strong supporter of Emory Village since opening in the Village in 2010, donating time, financial and in-kind support, and expertise […]

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Rise-n-dine

Rise-n-dine’s eclectic and happy décor welcomes diners who seek healthy options for breakfast or lunch, including specialties such as sweet potato pancakes, build-your-own omelettes, breakfast tacos, veggie sandshiches, and housemade huumus, granola, and jam. Rise offers a full complement of espresso drinks When Rise-n-dine opened its doors in 2007, Emory Village not only gained a […]

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Saba

Previously featured in Atlanta Magazine as the city’s best new pasta restaurant, Saba is open for lunch and dinner and specializes in pasta, sandwiches, and salads. Owner Shane Mixon has generously donated time, food and his restaurant space to Emory Village projects. Over the years Saba has provided food and meeting space for events ranging […]

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Slice and Pint

Slice & Pint believes in four food groups: pizza, beer, chocolate, and other stuff. Dough is made daily with organic flower and is fermented using two Italian yeasts and a brewing yeast from a Belgian Trappis Monastery. Check out the craft beers brewed on the premises. The owners also believe in giving back to the […]

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