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Barbara Yontz
565 Main St NE Atlanta
404-892-2359 x125

Tongue & Groove

Tongue & Groove can accommodate receptions and parties for 50-900 guests. Two levels, consisting of three varied spaces, provide the ultimate venue for any type of event. The main lounge has two levels. The upstairs level overlooks the main lounge and contains a full bar, private restrooms, and intimate VIP seating. Downstairs hosts a raised area with various VIP seating, 3 full service bars, a champagne room, restrooms, a full kitchen, and is equipped with state of the art Turbo sound and lighting with a raised DJ booth over the corner bar. The adjacent space, separated by two open doorways, is one level and contains a large dance floor, full service bar, VIP seating, small stage, an additional DJ booth, and is great for private groups up to 125 persons. Tongue & Groove is perfect for all types of events including holiday parties, product launches, fashion shows, birthday parties, film and photo shoots, and all kinds of corporate events.
Janice Wilmer

Janice Wilmer

Creative Director


Lynchburg, Virginia

Favorite Proof of the Pudding Dish

Coconut Shrimp Martini and Ham and Pimento Cheese Biscuits.

At home I like to cook

Pizza! Did you know the world's best pizza is made by a girl from Lynchburg, Virginia? You should!

Must see site or location

I love the Silver Comet Trail.

Most memorable event

The first big dinner we catered for President and Mrs. Carter. We served a souffle for dessert, and it was stunning!

What I like best about my work

Shopping for decor and working with our wonderful clients. There's nothing better than searching for the piece to inspire the design!
Shelia Lockhart

Shelia Lockhart

Operations Director


Dillon, South Carolina

Favorite Proof of the Pudding Dish

Lemon Ricotta Ravioli with a glass of Pinot Gris

At home I like to cook

Biscuits! There's nothing quite like waking up to the smell of freshly baked biscuits.

For fun

I love spending time with my husband just relaxing around the house.

Most unusual food request

We were asked to bake a cake for a groom that resembled a Black Labrador Retriever - and we had to make it in the house of the reception! Then, there was a squabble: the bride wanted the cake outside, and the groom wanted the cake inside. We stood holding the 40-pound cake while they decided what to do!

My work philosophy

No excuses and make sure every guest is happy!
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