Common Quarter

Common Quarter, a neighborhood restaurant that aims to provide a memorable and comfortable guest experience through the no-boundaries celebration of culinary heritage and the warm hospitality of the South.

Member Benefits from Chef Jeffery Gardner

Common Quarter kindly requests you call ahead and make reservations. Please let the hostess or server know you are an EOA member.
Small Plates
E.O.A members will be treated to an exclusive Chef and Bartender’s Choice of 2 cocktail and 2 snack pairing per person or shared for two.

Jeffery Gardner

Like all good southern boys, Jeffrey developed his passion for food through the talents of his mother and grandparents while growing up in Natchez, MS. After graduating from Millsaps College and Johnson & Wales University, Jeffrey settled in Atlanta and worked for Fifth Group Restaurants at South City Kitchen Midtown and Alma Cocina. Jeffrey has appeared on Food Network's Chopped and Cooking Channel's How to Live to 100. He's thrilled to have found a home at Common Quarter, where he hopes to bring his sense of fun and irreverence to his new friends in East Cobb. In his spare time, he enjoys dreaming of new ways to cook offal, watching The Price is Right on DVR, and planning vacations around Bruce Springsteen concerts

Welcome to Common Quarter

A neighborhood restaurant that aims to provide a memorable and comfortable guest experience through the no-boundaries celebration of culinary heritage and the warm hospitality of the South. Common Quarter was opened in October of 2013 by Chris Talley (CT) & the “Three Bozos,” Chef Chris Hall, Chef Todd Mussman, and Ryan Turner (Muss & Turner’s, Eleanor’s & Local Three).

For more than 20 years, CT has been fine-tuning his vision for a place of his own, and Common Quarter is it. As the former General Manager at Muss & Turner’s, he understands the importance of listening to customers, as well as staff, and adapting to their wants and needs. Without those two things, we can’t thrive. Earning your trust and loyalty is our primary objective.

To that end…

-If something is wrong, let us know an we will do all we can to make it right.
-Common Quarter is a “come-as-you-are” restaurant: yoga pants, tennis skirts, ties or tattoos are all suitable attire.
-Common Quarter is a place to bring family & friends (yes, that includes the kids)!
-We are committed to sourcing locally and cooking with provisions that were hooked, netted, shot, pickled, cropped, and cured as close to home as possible.
-Have an allergy or a dietary need? We will do everything in our power to accommodate you.
-Craving something you don't see on the menu? Ask us, and if we can make it happen, we will.
-We are thrilled to be a part of the East Cobb community and hope to earn our way to become a valued and trusted neighbor for many years to come.

--Chris, Chris, Todd & Ryan

Jeffery Gardner

Like all good southern boys, Jeffrey developed his passion for food through the talents of his mother and grandparents while growing up in Natchez, MS. After graduating from Millsaps College and Johnson & Wales University, Jeffrey settled in Atlanta and worked for Fifth Group Restaurants at South City Kitchen Midtown and Alma Cocina. Jeffrey has appeared on Food Network's Chopped and Cooking Channel's How to Live to 100. He's thrilled to have found a home at Common Quarter, where he hopes to bring his sense of fun and irreverence to his new friends in East Cobb. In his spare time, he enjoys dreaming of new ways to cook offal, watching The Price is Right on DVR, and planning vacations around Bruce Springsteen concerts

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