Southern Gentleman, Twisted Soul, Last Word, and some-more opening news
December 2, 2014 - bbq set
The flurry of new restaurants continues all around Atlanta, with 3 important openings this week, and several some-more that we might have missed over a past few weeks.
The latest judgment from a group behind Tin Lizzy’s, Big Ketch and Milton’s, a Southern Gentleman Gastropub opens Tuesday subsequent doorway to a sister spot, Gypsy Kitchen, in a new Buckhead Atlanta development. The menu by executive cook Randy Lewis showcases “refined Southern cuisine.” Look for a likes of hoppin’ John boudin balls, duck and waffles with duck liver mousse, and Southern porchetta pig loin. 3035 Peachtree Road N.E., Suite A-208, Atlanta. 404-939-9845.
Chef and caterer Deborah VanTrece recently took over a former Marbar space in Decatur, reviving her essence food concept, Edible Art, as Twisted Soul Kitchen and Bar. VanTrece’s opening cooking menu on Wednesday will embody shrimp and crab fritters, seafood macaroni, Southern boiled chicken, and cocoa-crusted shelve of lamb. At a bar, demeanour for moonshine-infused cocktails, and in respect of opening week, congregation can design a potion of booze on a house. 314 E. Howard Ave., Decatur. 404-373-2725.
Last Word Food Cocktails, a new Old Fourth Ward mark from former Woodfire Grill partner Bernard Moussa, is set to open after this week in a former P’cheen space during Highland Walk, according to Urban Daddy. Athens talents Matt Palmerlee of a Branded Butcher will be in a kitchen with cook Eddie Russell of Coterie Tie. As a name implies, demeanour for a collection of tiny and common plates, classical cocktails, and a booze list that reflects Moussa’s excellent dining background. 701 Highland Ave., Atlanta. 404-343-1274.
Cooks Soldiers, a new Basque-inspired judgment from Castellucci Hospitality Group (Iberian Pig, Double Zero, Sugo) opened final week during Elan Westside oppulance unit development. The menu from executive cook Landon Thompson facilities “pintxos tradicionales” snacks served on toasted bread, “pintxos especiales” tiny plates, and “asador” with a accumulation of wood-grilled fish, meats and vegetables. Behind a bar, find Basque wines, txakoli and ciders, and qualification drink and signature cocktails. 691 14th Street, Atlanta. 404-996-2623.
Cafe during Lintons
Look for new dining practice during a Atlanta Botanical Gardens from a group of James Beard award-winning chef/restauranteur Linton Hopkins of Restaurant Eugene and Holeman Finch. The newly renovated Cafe during Linton’s space facilities breakfast, lunch, cooking and weekend brunch menus formed on fresh, internal mixture desirous by a Garden. Note: Admission or Garden membership is compulsory to sup in a cafe. And tickets to a seasonal Garden Lights uncover are compulsory for entrance during dinner, with reservations recommended. 1345 Piedmont Avenue NE, Atlanta. 404- 585-2061.
An appendage of a strange plcae in Compton, CA, owners Damien Scroggins non-stop Bludso’s BBQ on Walker Street in Castleberry Hill on Nov. 6, portion Texas-style barbecue. Look for sandwiches, lunch and cooking platters, and celebration trays, with pig and beef ribs, rib tips, beef brisket, pig shoulder, duck and pork, beef and duck sausages, plus, soothing drinks, sides and desserts. 323 Walker Street. 404-525-4969.
2B Whole Bakery
Recently relocated from Kennesaw to Alpharetta, 2b Whole European Gluten-Free Bakery offers all kinds of breads, cakes pies, cookies, cupcakes, and other gluten-free baked products and desserts, and paleo and vegan products. Owner Toula Argentis, who founded a bakery after her son was diagnosed with a gluten allergy, also sells products during area farmers markets. 42 Milton Ave., Alpharetta. 404-919-8875.