Neighborhood bar The Daily Tavern is open for business in Inman Park.
The bar opened last week and took the place of Indian restaurant Amara, which closed last month at 870 Inman Village Parkway. The new venture comes from Amara owner Sandeep Kothary, in collaboration with DASH Hospitality Group, owned by David Abes.
Chris Lantz, formerly of metro Atlanta restaurants Ray’s on the River and PURE Taqueria, serves as executive chef. His menu features options including a crab pretzel, a soft pretzel topped with crab dip and cheddar jack cheese and sandwiches such as the warm smoked turkey and the smoked ribeye cheesesteak.
Other items include salads and grain bowls as well as a “meat and two” section with options such as roasted salmon with honey glaze, roasted chicken and pork butt and sides including sweet potato waffle tots and Brussels sprouts slaw. Lantz will also serve different chef specials each night of the week.
The 18-seat bar boasts large-screen televisions, with a beverage menu focuses on local beers and liquor drinks.
The Daily Tavern is open from 5-11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 4 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday, 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday.
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