Gilbert’s beverage program will feature a wine list with more than 50 natural, biodynamic or organic wines with a selection of dessert wines. The program will also include zero-proof drinks and cocktails made with local spirits, as well as local beers and ciders including some made for the restaurant from brewers including Orpheus Brewing and Wild Heaven Beer.
Designed by Praxis3, the 4,300 square-foot space will “take inspiration from Atlanta and West Midtown” with “high ceilings, wide-open views to the street and an explosion of greenery hanging above”, along with street art and colorful industrial and steel details. The interior will include “rustic finishes, eclectic furniture” and “a celebration of pie shapes.”
Look for a wood-burning pizza oven in the center of the restaurant, visible from an open dining counter, a lounge for smaller groups and an upstairs mezzanine for larger groups, as well as an outdoor patio and bar.
Once open, Humble Pie will join several other food and beverage concepts at The Interlock including Drawbar, Velvet Taco, Puttshack and St. Germain. Forthcoming concepts include Rooftop L.O.A, Kinjo Room and La Lau, Pour Taproom, Cathy’s Gourmet Ice Cream Sandwiches and Holiday Bar.
Hsu and Phillips first joined forces on acclaimed tasting menu restaurant Lazy Betty, which opened in 2019.
The pair, along with Gilbert, is also planning to open Juniper Cafe this fall at Westside Village at 2250 Marietta Blvd. NW. The restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, will feature Vietnamese specialties including pho, noodle salads (bún), banh mis, summer rolls and housemade sausages, as well as made-from-scratch pastries and shaved ice options including coconut shaved ice with mochi, mangoes and strawberries.
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