"An 'Indian patisserie' located in the StudioPlex development in Inman Park, the comfortable restaurant balances global influences, inserting South Asian flavors into French-style breakfast and lunch fare like pastries, quiche and cross-cultural sandwiches." - Zagat
Located in the beautifully restored 1890s Atlanta Pipe and Foundry Company terminal building in the heart of Inman Park, PARISH is defined by The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café. The eatery’s theme and purpose draws on the comforting influences that make regional cuisine and culture one of a kind.
While the menu changes daily, the focus at One Eared Stag is on fresh, ingredients, innovative preparations, and elevated flavors. Building on the reputation that he earned at his first solo venture, Holy Taco, Robert Phalen opened this intimate and refined American eatery in 2011.
Barcelona offers Inman Park a unique communal, seasonal small plates dining experience with both traditional Spanish dishes and Chef DaSilva's own creations. Sophisticated and understated decor complements the menu and provides a contrast to the neighborhood's beautiful Victorians.
The Luminary is a French American Brasserie located in the up and coming Krog Street Market. An American brasserie with regional influences a classically inspired menu, large raw bar, craft beer and cocktail program and 400-square-foot patio space.
Headed by executive chef Jey Oh, Craft Izakaya will focus on food with elevated sushi offerings and developed presentations. Chef Oh is joined by bar manager Nate Shuman, to help make Craft Izakaya a destination in the historic Krog Street area for fine Japanese dining.