Vintage Style

  • 337 Parnassus Avenue: Second Bedroom

    Countless details are dotted throughout the house, like the cabinets under the bay windows, that took years to discover (and will take years to rediscover).    See the Image

  • 337 Parnassus Avenue: First Bedroom

    Yep, that's an en suite bathroom.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Pallookaville's Hand-Painted Window

    Take a peek inside the historic structure in Avondale Estates being transformed into Pallookaville Fine Foods and the world of corn-dog king Jim Stacy.   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Colonial Stores Sign

    Stacy restored this vintage sign to its original glory and will display it at Pallookaville Fine Foods.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Vintage Sign Before

    This vintage Colonial Foods sign was found on the Pallookaville site covered in dirt and debris.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Vintage Signage Before

    This vintage Colonial Foods sign was being used as a walkway in the attic of Pallookaville.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Pallookaville's Ceiling

    The interior of the Avondale Estates eatery reflects a time of yesterday coupled with Stacy's vintage flair.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Milkshake Mixer Before

    Pallookaville's goal is to restore, reuse and repurpose, like this vintage milkshake mixer.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Jim Stacy, Milkshake Mixer After

    A little elbow grease, some retro-colored paint and a lot of love went into the restoration of this vintage Multimixer.    See the Image

  • Dante's Auction, All Must Go

    Now you can own an item from one of Atlanta's most fabulous restaurants. The auction happens Saturday, Sept. 21, with a pre-party the night before.   See the Gallery