Culture & Good Food
Baba is a neighborhood eatery located in Historic Kenwood that focuses on fresh ingredients and putting a twist on classic family recipes. Inspired by their mediterranean roots and love for family, restaurateurs Debbie and George Sayegh have created a restaurant that exemplifies their culture.
The trendy space, designed by owner Debbie Sayegh, includes indoor and outdoor dining with an herb garden, cafe and bakery. The design aesthetic took nods from the evolution of the greek community over the last few decades with the evil eye talisman playing a major role. Baba partnered with local artist Chad Mize to cover one of its structural poles with evil eyes and a mural explaining the symbolism behind the evil eye.
Bakery & Cafe
At the entrance of the space, guests are welcomed to a coffee selections, cafe counter, and bakery case filled with Mediterranean classics and original Baba bakery favorites reimagined.
Opened in the lively Kenwood District, the eatery was created by restoring a mechanic shop into a 150 seat restaurant with a full outdoor dining area, indoor seating, bakery/cafe component, and its own edible garden, where they harvest their own seasonal ingredients.
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