Restaurateur and businessman Lino “LJ” Joseph believes in great food, beautiful atmosphere, community and family. He has expressed all of these qualities through the way he established his five restaurants in Atlanta, GA and throughout the suburbs. Patrons can expect a real dining experience starting with signature dishes like the red snapper, lobster mac n cheese, LJ’s shrimp and grits and the turkey wings. A bonus to the customers is the live entertainment factor.
The success of the first Spice House ATL in Cascade was so amazing that in less than five years there are now four Spice House ATL establishments; and during the pandemic the birth of a spin-off Steak and Seafood restaurant Palm 78 now exists in Alpharetta, GA co-owned with business partner Mike Jones. This makes the fifth restaurant under Joseph’s umbrella.
“It’s very important to choose the right business partners because you really have to be in agreement. It’s like a marriage,” exclaims LJ in a recent interview with a local media outlet. That’s exactly what Joseph did when he chose business partner Ace Carrington who is also responsible for the lively entertainment taking place weekly at the Lithonia location.
Gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams was recently invited to Spice House in Lithonia, GA to have a discussion with rap artist and reality television star Yung Joc and the fellas to discuss Abrams intentions for the community especially black males. Obtaining the black male vote in DeKalb county is very essential to put Abrams in the lead as she is running for Governor.
Keeping things balanced on serious matters as well as topping everything off with a great meal is always ideal. In addition, being surrounded by good company and a safe environment is what Lino Joseph believes creates balance and repeat customers. Also having the best plated presentation of the red snapper helps too. I know from experience!
Visit the website at www.spicehouseatl.com and check out the amazing dishes they have to offer.