Warren Bruno

An icon among the Atlanta restaurant community, Warren Bruno began his career by creating some of Atlanta’s favorite neighborhood restaurants. He later combined his restaurant skills with his ability to identify prime real estate in emerging neighborhoods, and has become an in-demand mixed-use commercial real estate specialist.

In the past 30 years, Bruno has owned and operated 12 restaurants in the Atlanta community, including Aunt Charley’s, Groundhog Tavern, Atkins Park Tavern, and Phoenix Brewing Company (now 5 Seasons Brewing). Bruno’s experience as a restaurateur goes hand-in-hand with his mixed-use commercial real estate expertise - he understands what it takes for a commercial community to function properly. An owner/operator himself, he’s a huge advocate of independent restaurant owners, and works hard to seek out the perfect fit for each development with which he works. He’s especially proud of the Sembler project, Town: Brookhaven, on which he both consulted and placed several independent operators. Specializing in restaurant and entertainment venues, Bruno is presently Principal of Camden Commercial Real Estate and holds a Georgia Real Estate License.

Civic-minded, Bruno serves on the Morningside Elementary Local School Council, and the Inman Middle School Technology Foundation. Additionally, he has served on committees for governmental issues such as the City of Atlanta Commercial Areas and Public Safety Task Force, and was a member of the City of Atlanta License Review Board. Bruno’s business association involvement includes co-founding and serving as president of the Virginia Highland Business Association, the Buckhead Village Merchants, and he co-founded the Alcohol License Beverage Council (ALBC). He is a member of the Georgia Restaurant Association and the International Council of Shopping Centers. Most recently, Bruno was awarded the Aaron Gross Community Citizen Award by the Virginia Highland Civic Association.

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