5 eating places and bars price going out for in Atlanta


Southern US metropolis Atlanta is experiencing a surge in new eateries and bars. Listed below are 5 to go to in Georgia’s capital, together with a cosy membership by Workstead and Tom Dixon’s “uncooked but subtle” cocktail lounge.

Garden & Gun Club by WorksteadPhotograph by Jeff Holt, courtesy of Workstead

Backyard & Gun Membership

American design studio Workstead has created a comfy venue as a part of Backyard & Gun Journal, a publication that focuses on the American South, in Atlanta’s The Battery – a brand new improvement for the Georgia metropolis’s baseball workforce, the Atlanta Braves.

The restaurant is outlined by ink-coloured partitions, plaid-like flooring, and darkish wooden panels. Excessive ceilings are accented by a concrete pillar and a brass mild fixture custom-made by Workstead.

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Himitsu lounge by Tom Dixon


Tom Dixon crafted an intimate bar in Atlanta along with his London agency Design Analysis Studio, marking the British designer’s first hospitality venture in America.

The reservation-only cocktail lounge has towering concrete partitions, charcoal-coloured seats, and dim interiors general for an surroundings that feels “uncooked but subtle”, the studio mentioned.

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Lazy Betty by Praxis3Photograph by Andrew Thomas Lee

Lazy Betty

Lazy Betty opened its doorways final month with industrial, white-washed interiors designed by native studio Praxis3.

Concrete flooring, uncovered ductwork and brick partitions which might be painted white fuse collectively to create an ethereal restaurant. Different accents are wooden chairs, plush cubicles with teal-coloured backs, and matching accent partitions clad in tiles.

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AIX and Tin Tin by AI3Photograph by Andrew Thomas Lee

AIX and Tin Tin

Half restaurant and half wine bar, AIX and Tin Tin have been designed by one other studio within the metropolis, AI3. The 2 outposts share the identical property in Atlanta’s Stockyards within the Westside space.

Each are French-focused and have rustic particulars that reference Provençal design, as an homage to the pinnacle chef’s time spent in southern Europe when he was a toddler.

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Watchman's Seafood & Spirits by Square Feet StudioPhotograph by Andrew Thomas Lee

Watchman’s Seafood & Spirits

Regionally primarily based Sq. Toes Studio opted for pops of turquoise and lightwood for this seafood restaurant within the metropolis’s Krog Avenue Market. Hanging from the ceilings are potted crops with jute macramé for a nautical contact.

The studio collaborated with the restaurant’s 4 homeowners to design the house, in addition to native furnishings studio B10 Union for banquettes, cubicles, and tabletops.

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