A rendering of the terrace at Atlas.
Photo: Atlas
Photo: Atlas

Atlas’ renovated terrace will feature a new bar, small plate menu 

Refinished space is set to debut in 2019

The restaurant inside the St. Regis is branching out with a renovated terrace.

Atlas’ new terrace, which is set to open in early 2019, will feature an “all-season, enchanted garden experience,” according to a press release. 

The space will be an extension of the Tavern at Atlas and will also offer a stand-alone bar, with a menu of small plates, food from the main dining room from chef Christopher Grossman, cocktails and live music. 

“When Atlas took over the restaurant space at the St. Regis, a complete renovation of the interior occurred as part of a three-phase plan,” says Atlas General Manager Geno Dew in a press release. “With the Tavern at Atlas being the second phase, we’re now thrilled to give the exterior a facelift as we continue our commitment to always provide exceptional experiences as one of the Southeast’s must-go dining and cocktail destinations.”

The renovation, slated to be completed in conjunction with the four-year anniversary of the terrace, the new 3,070-square foot space designed by The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry will offer 100 seats in the dining area along with 24 dedicated bar seats, a vaulted glass and steel roof and sliding glass windows that open onto One Buckhead Plaza.

Atlas will keep its normal hours during the renovation process.

88 W. Paces Ferry Road N.W., Atlanta. 404-600-6471, atlasrestaurant.com.

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