Food Network Star Debuts 'The Real Milk & Honey Café' in ATL

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Hi lovelies,

Just because I spend most of my time in L.A., that doesn’t mean that I still can share the Hotlanta Tea with you all!

Check out the scoop below on the new and fabulous, The Real Milk & Honey Cafe,’ that just launched in Atlanta, GA with a house full of celebs, influencers, tastemakers, and more!



This past Saturday, July 20th, in Atlanta, GA, Food Network star and winner of the Chopped Redemption series, Chef Sammy Davis, Jr. alongside co-owner Monique Rose celebrated the Grand Opening of The Real Milk & Honey, an all-day brunch cafe that boasts an extensive menu that celebrates all things brunch!

To mark the power couple’s latest venture (they already have four thriving Milk & Honey Café locations in the Washington,DC area), The Real Milk & Honey opened its doors to a bevy of industry tastemakers, influencers and local Atlanta personalities this past weekend!

The event kicked off with a surprise, live, outdoor, cooking demo by Chef Sammy, the creative genius behind the restaurant’s decadent menu, and continued inside where guests, including Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law Pat Houston, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Sheree Whitfield, Atlanta personality and hairstylist Derek J., Saints & Sinners actress Jasmine Burke, Hollywood stylist and personality Phillip Bloch, and model and actor Darian Barnes sipped a signature “Adult Koolaid” cocktail and noshed on a tasting menu that included Chef Sammy’s signature Shrimp & Grits, Salmon / Sweet Potato & Kale Hash, and Fried Chicken with Honey Biscuits!

Surrounded by friends and family, the event was co-sponsored by premium hair company Miss Jessie’s, and feted by Atlanta’s best!

The Real Milk & Honey Cafe is located at 3719 Main Street in College Park, GA, and is already a celebrity favorite, as high-profile clientele and fans include Killer Mike and actress Adrienne C. Moore, who plays Cindy on Orange Is the New Black!

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Photos by: Freddy O & John Sands