The interior of Lily White.
Photo: Salut Media
Photo: Salut Media

Check out the menu for Lily White, now serving Mediterranean food in Buckhead

A new spot for Mediterranean cuisine is now open in Buckhead.

Lily White soft opened at the end of December at 321 Pharr Road NE. The restaurant’s menu was designed by chef de cuisine Will Smith, formerly of Buckhead Life restaurant Kyma. 

Offerings include a variety of mezzes such as labneh, hummus and fattoush and Persian-inspired entrees including kabobs, lamb chops and shanks and seared salmon. 

The beverage program, overseen by former Buckhead Life team member Andrej Pope, features several custom cocktails including the Lily’s White Mule made with ginger syrup, Hennesey, lime and bubbles and the Funky Fashioned made in a smoked glass with Havana & Hide bitters, Four Roses and orange peel as well as a selection of wines and locally-brewed beers.

The interior features a bar that seats 10 and dining room seating for 85, with design elements include gray quilted leather, marble tables and gray parque floors. 

Lily White is owned by Nana Addaquay, owner of the Atlantis Group which includes Atlanta nightlife spots Sahara Lounge, Atlantis Lounge and O2. 

Opening hours are 5 p.m.-midnight Sunday, 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Monday-Thursday and 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday-Saturday. 

321 Pharr Road, Atlanta. 470-240-4172, lilywhiteatlantaga.com/

Scroll down to see the full menu for Lily White (click to enlarge):

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