Tavern 24 Now Open For Business
Newest addition to Golden Strip restaurant scene.
Tavern 24 was officially welcomed to the Mauldin business community with a ribbon-cutting hosted by the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce.*
Tavern 24 replaces Fatz Cafe, which previously occupied the location, and is also owned by the Cafe Enterprises, Inc. It represents the first effort by Cafe Enterprises for this particular style of casual dining. Another effort, called Tablefields will open at the former location of the Atlanta Bread Company next month.
After the ribbon-cutting on Monday, Tavern 24 officially opened for business. According to one of the restaurant's five managers Roger Tate, who calls Mauldin home, Tavern 24 has 145 employees and will be open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
The restaurant also features a no smoking environment.
The property was annexed by the city of Mauldin earlier this month.
* Correction - The story originally referred to the restaurant as Table 24. The name has since been corrected.