Atlanta Restaurant Scene

AG reopened at the Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta

Dubbed "a modern steakhouse experience with Southern hospitality in a traditional yet contemporary restaurant," AG has reopened for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the second floor of the Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta.

Look for remodeled interiors throughout, including two private dining rooms – the “Kitchen” and the “Distillery” – which are available for events and private dinners.

Chef Joshua Fryer is in the kitchen, presenting Southern cuisine and local ingredients in dishes such a Georgia catfish sandwich with vinegar carrot slaw and Fresno hot sauce on a sesame brioche bun, and Enchanted Springs trout with pole beans, summer squash and blistered tomatoes.

The new cocktail program emphasizes classics with seasonal and house ingredients and garnishes, like the Bees Knees with Uncle Val’s gin, local honey syrup, citrus and fresh lavender.

181 Peachtree Street N.E., Atlanta. 404-221-6550.

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