Similar to Gunshow, Cold Beer will “emphasize an ever-evolving lineup of 15 seasonal, sharable, modern plates with no delineation between appetizers, entrées and desserts,” according to a press release.
“Like Gunshow, we’re not limiting it to Southern or traditional American,” Baxter said. “It’s about what we feel like cooking and what we feel like eating. It’s about inspiring people to say, ‘That’s the best taste of something I’ve ever had.’ Shared plates that bring them back again and again.”
O’Brien is creating an all-new 15 drink seasonal craft cocktail menu, and a dozen beers will be available on tap and in cans (“from Belgium to Kennesaw,” Gillespie said) that will rotate with the seasons.
Cold Beer customers “will encounter a light and airy atmosphere inside highlighted by a 13-foot polar bear painting by artist O.M. Norling, personally commissioned for the space by Gillespie.”
Cold Beer initially will be open for dinner only. Weekend brunch will start in the near future.
Opening hours are 4 pm daily, closed on Mondays.
Cold Beer joins Shake Shack, which opened earlier this year, in the Edge. Hazel Jane’s Wine & Coffee is set to open in the development this summer.
670 Dekalb Ave. NE, Atlanta. coldbeeratl.com/
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