Pajama Garden is the new sonic entity of songwriters Jeremy Richmond, Timothy H. Patton and Muse Inga. They play folk rock originals sprinkled with well-chosen covers. Band members were born and raised in Emory Village. Free to watch from the yard, sidewalk, and across the street. $10 if you want to reserve a chair (PayPal email@example.com) Masks required in yard. BYOB permitted.
Wagaya means “Our Home in Japanese. Enjoy authentic Japanese food in Emory Village including fresh sushi, ramen and donburi and receive a kid’s meal free with a dine-in order of $25 and more. All kid’s meals are $4 with takeout orders.
You’re always welcome at Zoës Kitchen at 1385 Oxford Road NE when you’re looking for fresh Mediterranean food with a modern spin. On Saturday, Oct. 24 during Open Streets Emory Village-COVID-19 edition, kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.
Take the kids to Jimmy John’s on Friday, Oct. 23 for the restaurant’s Open Streets Emory Village special: a free Little John with the purchase of a combo. Then play games outside. Jimmy John’s offers delivery and pick up of its sandwiches.
Please remember your neighborhood businesses the next time you want to shop, eat out, or take out.
The 2020 pandemic has been especially hard for Emory Village business which have been struggling these past few months to stay solvent. Two businesses–Lucky’s, Tide Cleaners and Romeo’s have left the village in the past months.
However new state pandemic guidelines have allowed many restaurants and other businesses to reopen their doors or expand their offerings. In turn, businesses owners say they are working hard to keep their guests and employees safe and healthy.
Here’s a quick look at the status of Emory Village businesses.
Ali’s Cookies – Open, also takeout and delivery All Fired Up – Open Chase Bank -Closed until further notice
Chipotle -Open for take-out and delivery CVS – Open
Dave’s Cosmic Subs – Open for takeout Dragon Bowl – Open for dining on the patio, take out and delivery, DoubleZero – Open with limited dine-In service, takeout and delivery Falafel King – Open for take out. Jimmy John’s – Open for take out and delivery Lucky’s – Closed, out of business. Panera – Open for dine-in, take out, and delivery Majik Touch Cleaners – Open Rise-N-Dine – Closed until further notice Romeo’s – Closed, out of business Saba –Closed, out of business. Spa Aeon –Open Starbucks, Emory – Open Supercuts – Open TideCleaners-Closed, out of business TutorSalon – Open WaGaYa (Japanese) – Open with limited dine-In service. Take-out and delivery Zoe’s Kitchen: Open
Neighbors, families and friends cheered and clapped for neighborhood 2020 graduates as they paraded through Druid Hills in their cars last Sunday, May 31, ending in front of banners in Emory Village. Justin Critz, former Druid Hills Civic Association president and proud father, organized the parade, with support from Druid Hills Civic Association, Emory Village Alliance – EVA, South Fork Conservancy, and Druid Hills Patrol.
While COVID-19 prevented our graduates from having ceremonies at their individual schools, your friends and neighbors are proud to acknowledge your well-earned accomplishments! Please tell us what school or university you graduated from, your field of study, and anything else you would like to share with us on our Facebook page. Feel free to post photos!