Published on June 5th, 2015 |


Yebo South African restaurant reportedly leaving Phipps Plaza

Yebo, a South African tapas restaurant & bar, will reportedly soon leave Phipps Plaza, according to a report by Tomorrow’s News Today Atlanta. Yebo opened at Phipps in late 2012, replacing the short-lived Latitude restaurant, which had replaced The Grape.

Sources say that when Yebo signed its lease with mall manager Simon Property Group that it was a short-term lease. Yebo’s lease was reportedly only meant to serve as a “place holder” for the mall, according to the Tomorrow’s News Today report.

SIMON is in the midst of a multi-million dollar overhaul of its Peachtree Road facing facade. It’s believed that the Yebo space is being marketed to potential retailers seeking Peachtree Road visibility, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

Yebo is the sibling restaurant of north Buckhead’s 10 Degrees South, both owned by restaurateur Justin Anthony, who is opening a new concept called “Biltong Bar” at Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall in Midtown.

For Tomorrow’s News Today Atlanta’s full report, click here.

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