Marlow’s Tavern’s co-founder, chief executive and executive chef John Metz said his Georgia concept isn’t a restaurant chain — and he doesn’t ever want it to be. Rather, he characterizes it as a collection of high-quality restaurants, each serving its own individual neighborhood. “We want people to relax and not feel the pressures of the outside world,” he said of his upscale-casual dining company. “Our intent is to keep it very ...
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