A new spot for coastal fare is open just off the Eastside Beltline.
Bully Boy opened Saturday at 828 W10 Ralph McGill Blvd., in the spot previously occupied by fellow Concentrics Restaurant concept Nexto.
Michael Bertozzi, who serves as the executive chef at Two Urban Licks, just steps from Bully Boy, also helms the kitchen at Bully Boy.
The restaurant’s menu offers “Eastern seaboard fare...with far-reaching influences.” Also look for craft cocktails, local beers and an “esoteric, yet approachable, wine program” curated by advanced sommelier Justin Amick of Painted Hospitality, which owns The Painted Pin and The Painted Duck.
The restaurant’s name is a nod to an eatery of the same name that Concentrics owner and president Bob Amick frequented while growing up in New York.
In addition to Two Urban Licks and Bully Boy, Concentrics also operates Parish, Allora , Room and Molly B’s at Mercedes-Benz Stadium as well as restaurants in several other cities. It also owned the recently-closed One Midtown Kitchen, Nexto and Tap Gastropub.
The 100-seat Bully Boy will be open from 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Sunday-Monday, 5-11 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and 5 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday.
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828 W10 Ralph McGill Blvd., Atlanta. 678-904-5607, bullyboyatl.com
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