Popular Decatur tapas restaurant opening a Buckhead location

Small plates are coming to Buckhead.

Iberian Pig, the popular tapas spot that opened on the Decatur Square at 121 Sycamore St. in 2009, has filed plans with the City of Atlanta to open a location in Buckhead, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.

The new spot, which was first reported on last year by Tomorrow's News Today, will be located at 3150 Roswell Road in the bottom of the Hanover Buckhead Village apartment building.

The menu will likely be similar to the Decatur restaurant, featuring Spanish-style small plates such as patatas bravas, pork cheek tacos and pulpo a la plancha.

There's also an Iberian Pig located in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The restaurants are part of the Castellucci Hospitality Group, which also owns Cooks & Soldiers in West Midtown, Double Zero in Emory Village, Sugo in Johns Creek and Bar Mercado and Recess at Krog Street Market.



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