Three Arches replaces Mount Royal in Buckhead and more restaurant news from the week

A dish from the menu of Three Arches.

Credit: Three Arches

Credit: Three Arches

A dish from the menu of Three Arches.

Mediterranean-inspired Three Arches is open at Hyatt Centric Buckhead Atlanta.

Three Arches replaces Mount Royal, Hugh Acheson’s Montreal-focused eatery that opened in late 2021 and closed just a few months later, after Acheson left the restaurant. Rooftop lounge Spaceman, which Acheson was also initially linked to, remains open.

Three Arches, “a celebration of the 22 beautifully distinct coastal countries and cultures that line the Mediterranean Sea,” according to a press release, will be overseen by executive chef Josh Hopkins, who joined the hotel in early 2022. He most recently worked at the Thompson Buckhead hotel and was the owner of the now-shuttered Abbatoir.

Dishes “will be influenced by Morocco and Israel, as well as more traditional Greco-Italian and Spanish fare,” he said.

Menu items include sharable plates like Roasted Beets, Spicy Bulgur Lettuce Wraps and Fig Crostini with ricotta and orange honey; main dishes like Grilled Trout with pistachio pesto and preserved lemon and Moroccan Meatballs with mint yogurt, cabbage, and pickled onions; sides like Carolina Gold Rice and Roasted Vegetables with citrus tahini and herbs; and desserts like Chocolate Caramel Tart with fig crema.

The full bar includes a cocktail list with drinks made with “Mediterranean spirits and inspired by regional spices and produce,” as well as wine and beer from the Mediterranean region.

Designed by the Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry, the Three Arches space includes design elements including a stone and aged bronze bar space, jewel tones, tile, a stone mosaic floor and Turkish rug pillows. The dining area features engraved nickel tables and stretched buffalo leather.

The outdoor space offers a terrace with a stone mural and a firepit.

Three Arches’ hours are 7 a.m.-11 a.m. Mondays-Fridays, 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays and 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. A limited menu of bar bites will be available daily from 3-5 p.m.

3301 Lenox Pkwy, Atlanta.

Scroll down to see the full dinner menu for Three Arches:

The dinner menu for Three Arches.

Credit: Three Arches

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Credit: Three Arches


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