Spring in to Summerhill this April

Summerhill, the vibrant Atlanta neighborhood known for its eclectic dining and shopping scene, invites you to take advantage of these special offerings and events in April. From inventive brews to new dishes, there’s something to satisfy every palate this spring.

Highlights include:

  • Guests are invited to experience culinary excellence at Chance’s Steakhouse, a pop-up event at Little Bear. On April 15 at 6 p.m., sous chef Blazer Turman brings his unique flair to the table. Known for its motto “Where Everybody’s Somebody,” Chance’s Steakhouse promises a night of exceptional dining. Reservations are encouraged and can be made via Resy.
  • Halfway Crooks is set to light up April with two special events. On April 13, Electro Nite in the biergarten features an evening of live experimental music and electronica. On April 20, the monthly vinyl DJ series “Crafts and Crates” spins hip-hop from various eras, creating a nostalgic and vibrant atmosphere.

  • An event not to be missed, Move For Grady returns to Georgia State’s Center Parc Stadium, offering a dynamic way to support Grady Health System. Participants can choose from 20- and 62-mile bike rides or take on 5K/10K walking and running routes. New this year is the one-mile DownHill Dash, a test of speed and excitement. The event culminates with the Pop Up on the Plaza Finish Line Celebration featuring a DJ, games for kids, and complimentary food and drinks. The family is invited to join the fun and contribute to a great cause.
  • For those with a sweet tooth, Big Softie is introducing two seasonal toppings: the strawberry shortcake crumble and passion fruit hardshell. These delicious additions are sure to elevate the ice cream experience.

  • BOCA spices up the season with its new margarita pitchers for just $30. Patrons can choose from original, blood orange, strawberry, mango, pink guava, and dragon fruit. BOCA’s margaritas add a zesty twist to every gathering.

  • Junior’s April special, Gucci Mac & Young Cheesy, features macaroni and cheese, bacon, and pimento. It is available in regular and vegetarian versions (featuring vegan meatballs instead of bacon). The restaurant will also be selling their homemade pimento cheese to enjoy.

About Summerhill
Carter, in partnership with K. King & Company and Healey Weatherholtz Properties, is redeveloping Summerhill, an 80-acre mixed-use project in downtown Atlanta with Georgia State University as the anchor. The private development team is developing 35 acres into a mixed-use neighborhood including corporate office uses, traditional multifamily apartments, specialty and neighborhood retail and private student apartments. The developer’s vision is to activate the streets of Summerhill into a vibrant, walkable, commercial corridor while maintaining the neighborhood’s historic fabric. The new and existing commercial buildings create an accessible, human-scale destination where people want to eat, shop, and spend time.
About Carter
Carter is a 66-year-old, Atlanta-based commercial real estate development company with major multifamily, mixed-use, adaptive reuse, and office projects throughout the southeastern United States. The company has over $450M of mixed-use projects in the Atlanta area in development, including Summerhill, the 80-acre redevelopment of the former Turner Field area. Founded in 1958, Carter has a proven history of creating value for its partners, investors, and clients. A strengths-based organization with a culture based on trust and candor, Carter’s purpose is to make a difference in the world by transforming spaces so people can thrive.