Tenant Spotlights

Pitmaster Rodney Scott has been cooking whole-hog barbecue, over wood coals burned down from hardwood, since he was in middle school. For the next 25 years, he worked with his family in their BBQ stop in Hemingway, SC until 2017 when he partnered with the Pihakis Group to open Rodney Scott’s BBQ in the North Central neighborhood of Charleston, SC. In their very first year of operation the restaurant was named one the 50 Best New Restaurants by Bon Appetit Magazine and in 2018, Rodney Scott was awarded the James Beard Foundation’s award for Outstanding Chef Southeast. Rodney Scott’s BBQ will open its first Atlanta location at MET this year.

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Danger Press

The team at Danger Press are among Atlanta’s top screen printers, designers, and creators supporting businesses and artists. Danger Press has called the MET home for the last 11 years. In this video, co-owners Ed and I share more about what Danger Press does and why their team loves working at the MET.

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La Bodega

La Bodega is a Latin American restaurant with a pop-up window at the MET. The full restaurant is slated to open at the end of 2019. It is from the beloved owners of Buenos Dias Cafe, in Downtown Atlanta, known for its fresh, healthy, and flavorful food. 

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Fresh Structures

Whether you’re planning for an intimate birthday party or an elaborate wedding, or anything in between, Fresh Structures provides the perfect floral arrangements to complete your event and give it the ultimate touch of sophistication and beauty.

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Zombie Cat Productions

Zombie Cat Productions is a full-service fabrication shop with talented Resident Artists and open co-op space. Collectively, they specialize in puppets, creature building, welding, prop fabrication, and production design while also producing their own original content.

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KMM & Co.

KMM & Co. was founded by Kyle Martin, who studied Accessory Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design. His classmates called him “KMM,” and the name stuck, so when he started the brand in 2011, “KMM” felt like an obvious name choice. Along the way, he partnered with longtime friend Marcus Orfield, and the pair moved their operations to MET in 2019. KMM & Co.’s purpose is to craft timeless leather goods that get better with age and wear. Each design reimagines a vintage silhouette for the modern world. The company ships leather tote bags and accessories around the world, but everything is still made by hand, made to order, and made in America at MET.

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