Bone Lick BBQ started as a pop-up restaurant concept by Executive Chef Mike LaSage at P’cheen, on Monday Nights, in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. For one night a week, P’cheen transformed into a BBQ restaurant that quickly gained popularity in and out of the city. People driving from all over the greater Atlanta burbs to get a sampling of that delicious, smoky goodness. Atlanta Magazine named it #4 in the state and #1 in the city limits.
Recently, Bone Lick BBQ have been fielding requests to bring their deliciousness to them. Special event catering and appearances at regional festivals has drastically helped to expand their business.
Bone Lick BBQ is one of the featured restaurants at the upcoming Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival happening March 1st at Atlantic Station.
Marshall Seese, Jr. is the founder of Mowgli, an entertainment technology company that connects people through social creation. An experienced entrepreneur with a background in music, technology, and law, Marshall earned his law degree from the University of Michigan. After starting with the preeminent technology law firm Morris, Manning & Martin, Marshall founded and launched BCLS Legal, a successful boutique practice. In 2008, Marshall sold his stake in BCLS to become General Counsel of the global technology consulting firm North Highland. Three years later Marshall left and founded Mowgli. Marshall is also a seasoned musician with a recording agreement through Backspace Records. As a pioneer in creative business, Marshall lives by the mantra “Create. Connect.”
Timothy Borchers has 35 years of streetcar and tramway (light rail) experience on two continents, inclusive of 12 years of transit system management in private and government environments. This experience includes operations, system and vehicle design, construction, renewal and rehabilitation and new system start up.
He moved from Australia to the United States in 2002 to manage the Tampa Florida streetcar system and in 2008 began consulting to streetcar transit providers. In April of 2013 he was employed by the City of Atlanta as Deputy Commissioner of Public Works – Streetcar Executive Director to lead the Atlanta Streetcar project through construction and into operations.