Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Bombay Brasserie Opens in Roswell Wednesday, May 18

For more information:
Morgan Dyches or Emily Connolly
Melissa Libby & Associates

Co-Owners Ricky Walia & Sunny Minhas Treat Atlanta Diners to
Traditional Indian Favorites and Soon-to-Be Favorites

ATLANTA (May 17, 2016) – Restaurant owners Ricky Walia and Sunny Minhas want to mesmerize diners with the sumptuous fare that has deeply colored both their childhood and adult memories, and they’re going to do it with the May 18 opening of Bombay Brasserie in Roswell. Following on the heels of Walia’s successful Masti – Fun Indian Street Eats in Toco Hills, the adventurous chef has teamed up with co-owner, partner and managing director Minhas on this new restaurant. They are not only sharing favorite traditional Indian dishes but also creating new ones by incorporating Chinese, European and American influences. Bombay Brasserie is located at 900 Mansell Road in Mansell Oaks Plaza, near the corner of Alpharetta Highway.

“My idea is to bring a more upscale boutique Indian restaurant to Atlanta,” Walia says. “I’ve been having so much fun experimenting with many different foods and flavors. The menu features beloved Indian dishes like chicken tikka masala, vegetable pakoras and meat samosas, but we're also adding many innovative dishes.”

Some of Walia’s new favorites include lamb chops gently spiced with cumin, coriander, garlic, ginger and chiles. He says, "After being marinated in yogurt for 48 hours, they are grilled to perfection. The tandoori salmon is also marinated in special tandoori spices and yogurt, then grilled. It’s served on a sizzling patter and melts in your mouth with that first bite.”

Walia believes his mustard greens with spinach, Indian butter and cornbread will also become a big hit. Other palate pleasers on the menu include garlic seared lamb chops, pav bhaji fondue, kurkuri bhindi fries and black tiger tandoori prawns.

To help diners witness culinary creativity in action, Walia and Minhas custom-ordered two copper-encased clay tandoori ovens from Jaipur, India. “It took two and a half months to get them, but it was worth the wait,” Walia says. “Our guests have a front row seat to a great performance.”

A masterful mixologist, Walia continues refining the restaurant’s creative cocktail menu. “We are infusing traditional liquors with exotic spices such as cumin, coriander, turmeric and beetle leaves,” he says. “We are also offering a wide variety of local craft beer and wines.”

Like sister restaurant Masti, Bombay Brasserie's atmosphere combines the best of rustic and contemporary decor, melding natural materials and traditional art pieces with India’s bright color palette. “I look forward to seeing friends gather on the 40-seat covered patio to relax with our hookah selection,” Walia says. “I also have a feeling some guests may prefer to sit inside on Friday and Saturday nights when our talented belly dancerswill have them dancing in their seats.”

Bombay Brasserie serves lunch and dinner seven days a week. Lunch features a buffet option, and complimentary valet is available at that time. For more information, call 770-299-1634 or visit www.bombaybrasserieatl.com.

Walia Hospitality Group
Founded and managed by Jay and Ricky Walia, Walia Hospitality Group owns and operates Abilasha Décor, Café Bombay, CB Catering, CB Entertainment, Masti – Fun Indian Street Eats, Occasions Event Center, Signature Ballroom and Bombay Brasserie. Café Bombay has been a pioneer of authentic and traditional Indian cuisine for the past 25 years in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.waliahospitality.com


Thursday, May 12, 2016

Atlanta-Area Restaurants Cater to Spring and Summer Celebrations

 For more information:
 Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Atlanta-Area Restaurants Cater to Spring and Summer Celebrations

ATLANTA (May 12, 2016) – Atlanta’s finest hotspots are springing into action with everything you need to host a seasonal get-together. Whether you’re celebrating a graduation or wedding, or getting the family together for a reunion this summer, the following restaurants have catering packages and private dining rooms that hit the spot.   


Bellina Alimentari at Ponce City Market caters parties that Italian dreams are made of, from an antipasti bar and panini platter to primi, secondi and dolci courses. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance; allow a week for parties of 30 or more. Private event space is also available at Bellina and includes family-style meals, cocktail events and guided tastings of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and wine. For more information and reservations, email events@bellina-alimentari.com. 404-330-9933; bellina-alimentari.com.

HOBNOB in Midtown provides small bites like soft pretzels and warm dip to wings and more substantial meals to share. Your place or theirs, HOBNOB will make your party a success with a full catering menu. 404-968-2288; hobnobatlanta.com.

By preparing only the freshest seafood flown in daily and hand-carving all of its meats, Ray’s in the City brings an exceptional dining experience to your home, office or other venue for meetings, luncheons, dinners and any special event. Ray’s in the City has a large selection of menu packages as well as a la carte choices that can be tailored to your needs. 240 Peachtree St.; 404-524-9224; raysrestaurants.com.  

Smokebelly BBQ, Atlanta’s leading purveyor of chef-crafted barbecue, serves up three tiers of mouthwatering options: “The Baron of BBQ” ($14 per person) with pulled pork and two sides of your choosing; “The Duke of Smoke” ($17 per person) with choice of two meats and three sides; and “The King of ‘Cue” ($19 per person) with choice of three meats and three sides. All three come with house barbecue sauce and sandwich buns. 128 East Andrews Drive;  404-848-9100; smokebellybbq.com.

Sublime Doughnuts can sweeten up any occasion with custom letter-shaped doughnut treats to spell out special messages. Select flavors only. Orders require 24 hours’ advance notice. 535 10th St. and 2566 Briarcliff Road; 404-897-1801; sublimedoughnuts.com.

For those who can't get enough of Kevin Gillespie's barbecue, Terminus City provides a Southern-style feast of smoked wonderment. With whole-hog barbecue, country-fried steak and homemade sides like fried okra, Brunswick stew and creamed corn, these meals will make your hosting skills a family favorite for years to come. Visit the Facebook page for more information, and place orders by emailing terminuscity@gunshowatl.com or calling 404-380-1886.

Check out Tin Lizzy's Cantina for a spicier Flex-Mex fiesta with a variety of taco fixings, grilled chicken, seasoned pork, cantina salads and margarita mix (sorry, tequila not included). Deliveries require a $100 minimum order; delivery fee applies outside 10-mile radius. Prices exclude taxes and gratuity, and 24-hour notice is appreciated. For more information, email catering@tinlizzyscantina.com. 404-668-8757; tinlizzyscantina.com.

Willy's Mexicana Grill provides cheese dip, guacamole, salsa, chips, burritos and crowd-pleasing catering options like build-your-own taco, fajita or nacho bars. Ten-person minimum on catering orders. For a full list of Tex-Mex flavors, view the menu at willys.com/catering-menu. Order online or call 404-422-7107; willys.com.

Private Dining

In Roswell, Aqua blue has banquet facilities and menus ideal for large events of up to 300 guests. The patio, with updated furniture and colorful landscaping, is also perfect for large parties. Hosting a more intimate gathering? Try the Wine Room for seated groups of 40 or standing receptions of up to 70. 1564 Holcomb Bridge Road; 770-643-8886; aquablueatl.com.

Aria in Buckhead offers an exquisitely chic yet comfortable atmosphere and an avant-garde menu of fine American cuisine made with high-quality seasonal ingredients. Larger parties can buy out the restaurant for a private lunch or dinner in the newly renovated space, which now features warm gray walls, rich butter-hued drapes,  glowing backlit custom mirrors and gorgeous leather banquettes. 490 East Paces Ferry Road; 404-233-7673; aria-atl.com.

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar in Virginia-Highland serves up an animated environment that makes it just the right spot for a pleasant evening. An upstairs room can accommodate 30 guests for a sit-down dinner or 50 guests for a cocktail reception. 794 North Highland Ave.; 404-876-7249; atkinspark.com.

The intimate private room at Cotton Calf Kitchen in historic downtown Braselton is perfect for mid-sized gatherings of up to 32 guests. The tastefully appointed space features four tables that comfortably seat eight guests each, and an exterior door for convenient outdoor access. Contact susan@cottoncalf.com for details. 9924 Davis St.; 706-684-0410;  cottoncalf.com.

While Gunshow doesn’t feature a private dining area, Kevin Gillespie’s nationally acclaimed restaurant does offer three tiers of group dining events. Groups of seven to 24 guests can enjoy a family-style service of eight items and two desserts selected by executive chef Joey Ward. Groups of 25 to 70 guests may buy out Gunshow for the evening for a fee based on food and beverage minimums. 924 Garrett St.; 404-380-1886; gunshowatl.com.

Located on the Westside under the White Provisions building, Ormsby’s feels like one of the city’s best-kept secrets. But it’s a leading destination for gatherings and celebrations of all sizes and stripes, thanks to a variety of games (shuffleboard, darts, bocce ball, board games and pool) perfect for socializing. With a wide selection of craft beers and a menu of classic and creative gastropub favorites, it’s a casual crowd-pleaser. 1170 Howell Mill Road; 404-968-2033; ormsbysatlanta.com.

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails in historic Crabapple provides a charming setting for your social gathering or corporate event. Milton’s can accommodate parties of eight to 200 guests, and each event can be specially tailored by request. Banquet menus are priced at $35, $45 and $55. Guests will really dig Milton’s Acre, the restaurant’s 1-acre garden perfect for chef’s tables, wine tastings, birthdays and corporate events. 800 Mayfield Road; 770-817-0161; miltonscuisine.com.

The folks at Ray’s Restaurants pride themselves on event spaces and menus that add up to memorable events. Ray’s on the River in Sandy Springs boasts a variety of event spaces for groups ranging from 10 to 110 guests. The Riverside Garden and Grand Pavilion offer spectacular views of the Chattahoochee River. 6700 Powers Ferry Road; 770-955-1187. Ray’s at Killer Creek in Alpharetta caters to groups with a number of private spaces, including a covered outdoor patio and courtyard that accommodates up to 70 guests. The entire restaurant can also be bought out for the evening. 1700 Mansell Road; 770-649-0064. Ray’s in the City in downtown Atlanta offers an extensive private dining menu, including fresh sushi, with spaces that can accommodate 16 to 75 guests. Complete restaurant buyouts are also available. 240 Peachtree St.; 404-524-9224. Last but not least, Ray’s Rio Bravo can make your event a festive occasion with its signature fresh Tex-Mex cuisine and specialty margaritas. 6450 Powers Ferry Road; 770-612-2829; raysrestaurants.com.

Kevin Gillespie's ode to Southern dining, Revival in Decatur has several private dining options ranging from an intimate family dinner for up to 12 guests and day and evening meeting spaces for 20-25 to corporate-style events of up to 100.  Outdoor spaces abound on the front and side porches of the home, as well as the German beer garden-inspired backyard called Communion. 129 Church St.; 470-225-6770; j.r@redbeardrestaurants.com or revivaldecatur.com

Seed Kitchen & Bar, located in the Merchant’s Walk retail center in Marietta, serves up stylish yet accessible (and affordable) modern comfort food with knowledgeable but unpretentious service. Seed can accommodate private parties of up to 25 guests and semi-private events for 10-25 guests. The patio, weather permitting, can host groups of up to 30. 1311 Johnson Ferry Road; 678-214-6888; eatatseed.com. Next door, sister restaurant Stem Wine Bar is available for full buyouts. 678-214-6888; stemwinebar.com. Newest sibling Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar can accommodate groups of up to eight at the chef’s table or in the wine room or oyster bar, while the Shiplap room can host up to 28 guests. The covered patio area seats up to 26, and the outdoor patio accommodates up to 50 guests. 4475 Roswell Road; 770-635-7641; driftoysterbar.com.


Wednesday, May 11, 2016

5Church Welcomes James Beard Award Winner RJ Cooper as Executive Chef at New Midtown Restaurant

For more information:
Morgan Dyches or Emily Connolly
Melissa Libby & Associates

Seasoned Chef Returns to City Where Career Began for New Role

ATLANTA (May 11, 2016)– The restaurant team behind 5Church Atlanta, the third location of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based modern American restaurant, has hired James Beard Award winner RJ Cooper as the restaurant’s executive chef. Slated to open this spring at the corner of 14th and Peachtree Streets in Midtown, 5Church will serve a technique-driven menu led by Cooper under the culinary direction of partner Jamie Lynch, who also oversees the menus of the Charlotte and Charleston, South Carolina, locations.

Cooper, who began his career working under famed chefs Guenter Seeger at The Dining Room at The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead and Gilbert Le Coze at Brasserie Le Coze in Atlanta, is collaborating with Lynch to design an eclectic menu that represents both the well-rounded nature of 5Church’s owners – Lynch, Patrick Whalen, Ayman Kamel and Alejandro Torio – and the city of Atlanta.

“RJ and I both have a penchant for exciting the palate,” says Lynch of the similarities in their cooking styles. “I think Atlanta diners will appreciate us pushing the envelope with our dishes.”

Like Lynch, Cooper began his career working under culinary heavyweights and earning an impressive pedigree while developing a passion for modern cuisine. Both approach food with a progressive style that is grounded in French cooking fundamentals and showcases local ingredients.

“RJ’s cooking philosophy aligns very closely with our management style – we all seek to challenge the culinary status quo,” says managing partner Kamel, who lives in Atlanta and will operate the restaurant locally. “He knows his way around the culinary landscape of Atlanta, and his pioneering skills will serve the city’s discerning diners well.”

A Detroit native who attended the Culinary School at Kendall College in Chicago, Cooper has an impressive list of accomplishments under his belt. After his time in Atlanta, he went on to work under Eric Ripert at Le Bernardin in New York City and Brasserie Le Coze in Miami, Florida, before returning The Crow’s Nest Restaurant at Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage, Alaska, to its original four-star, five-diamond rating.

He went on to generate accolades in Washington, DC, as the executive chef at New Heights Restaurant and then at Vidalia, where he worked for seven years with esteemed chef and owner Jeffrey Buben. While at Vidalia, Cooper was instrumental in the creation of tasting table “24,” received a 2006 Star Chefs Rising Star Award and the 2007 James Beard Award for Best Mid-Atlantic Chef.

In 2011, he moved on to open his first restaurant, Rogue 24, in Washington D.C. An innovative cooking lair that featured a 24-course menu, Rogue 24 was the city’s first of its kind and earned a three-star review from The Washington Post. Cooper’s second restaurant, Gypsy Soul, opened in Fairfax, Virginia, in 2014, featuring a progressive menu with Mid-Atlantic and Southern influences. Now, he looks forward to furthering his Southern-inspired fare in Atlanta. 

5Church is located at 1197 Peachtree Street NE in Midtown's Colony Square. The restaurant will serve dinner nightly, with lunch and weekend brunch service to follow at a later date. Reservations may be made via OpenTable, and complimentary valet parking is available every day in addition to the expansive self-parking deck. For updates, follow the restaurant on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. For additional information, visit 5churchatlanta.com

Click here for a photo of RJ Cooper and Jamie Lynch.


Gunshow Hosts Chef Kenny Gilbert for "Hired Guns" Dinners on June 12 and 13

For more information:
Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Limited Seating on Sale May 12 at 8 a.m.

ATLANTA (May 11, 2016) – The 2016 “Hired Guns” series at Gunshow has arguably featured the strongest lineup yet, with guest chefs like Brian Voltaggio and Vishwesh Bhatt already gracing the kitchen at award-winning chef Kevin Gillespie’s Glenwood Park restaurant. That tradition of excellence continues in June, when chef Kenny Gilbert of Gilbert's Underground Kitchen in Fernandina Beach, Florida, stops by on Sunday, June 12 and Monday, June 13. Gilbert, best known for his appearance on the seventh season of “Top Chef,” where he became one of the most likeable contestants in the show’s history, will mingle with diners and share his innovative take on tropical and traditional cuisine.

Restaurateur, chef, cookbook author and speaker Gillespie will be cooking alongside Gilbert both nights, along with executive chef Joey Ward and Gunshow’s renowned stable of “kitchen dudes.” A limited number of tickets are available for purchase starting at 8 a.m. on May 12 via Xorbia. The cost is $95 per person (not including drinks, tax and gratuity).

“My passion for cooking and creating with local ingredients is a hallmark of Gilbert's Underground Kitchen, and that same kind of passion is evident in the approach Kevin and Joey take at Gunshow,” says Gilbert. “I’m thrilled they’ve asked me to take part in the unique Gunshow experience, and I’m really looking forward to collaborating with them and the whole crew.”

Gilbert displayed an enthusiasm and curiosity for cooking as a young boy in suburban Cleveland, acquiring his own small Weber grill at the age of seven. By the time he was 11, Gilbert was cooking his family’s entire Thanksgiving dinner on his own. After high school, he earned a degree in culinary arts from The Pennsylvania Culinary Institute and worked his way to chef de cuisine at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island by the age of 23.

Gilbert’s career has taken him from Florida and Sea Island, Georgia (where he oversaw four dining concepts at The Lodge Sea Island Golf Resort and cooked for the G8 Summit during President George W. Bush’s administration), to Colorado, New Jersey, Japan, Spain, France and the Caribbean. He has appeared on "The Today Show," written his own autobiography/cookbook and created a line of spice blends. He has cooked for the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party and celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, Samuel L. Jackson and television personality A.J. Calloway, among many others.

“The best thing about these ‘Hired Gun’ events is the fresh energy and ideas that our guest chefs bring to the kitchen,” says Gillespie. “Kenny focuses on seasonal Southern cuisine, kind of like we do, but he comes at it from such a different and varied perspective. We’re all really eager to see what he’s got planned. This is going to be an exciting couple of nights.”

The remaining 2016"Hired Guns" lineup is as follows:
  •       May 22-23: Brian Baxter of Husk Nashville (Just a few seats remain at Xorbia.)
  •       September 11-12: Brooke Williamson of Hudson House in Redondo Beach, California (Tickets on sale August 11 at 8 a.m.)
  •       October 23-24: Vivian Howard of Chef & the Farmer in Kinston, North Carolina (Tickets on sale September 23 at 8 a.m.)

Gunshow is located at 924 Garrett Street. The restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. Reservations are accepted but not required. Guests may park in the Glenwood Park parking lot and on the street. For more information, visit gunshowatl.com or call 404-380-1886.

About Red Beard Restaurants
Red Beard Restaurants is the parent company that oversees Atlanta chef, restaurateur, speaker and cookbook author Kevin Gillespie’s food and beverage ventures, including his restaurants Gunshow and Revival, his BBQ pop-up Terminus City and all of his merchandise. The management company allows Gillespie to set comprehensive standards to ensure smart expansion, offer more internal growth opportunities for his team members and provide consulting services to other food and beverage start-ups. With the 2015 establishment of Red Beard Restaurants, Gillespie is able to continue his day-to-day interactions with diners while also pursuing his creative visions and impacting the culinary landscape of the South. The company’s offices are located in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit redbeardrestaurants.com.


Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The Blind Pig Parlour Bar Hosts Gatsby Dinner and Party for a Cause

For more information:
Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Speakeasy Raises Money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
with Swinging Dinner and Party on May 21

ATLANTA (May 3, 2016) - The Blind Pig Parlour Bar, Buckhead’s hidden speakeasy, is pulling out all the stops to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) with a spectacular “Great Gatsby”-themed night of food, drinks and entertainment on Saturday, May 21. Festivities include a four-course dinner with wine pairings followed by a can't-miss party to help eliminate life-threatening blood cancers.

First, recreate the feeling of days gone by with an elegant 1920s-inspired dinner from 7 - 10 p.m. The four-course dinner with wine pairings includes the following:
  • Deviled egg duo – one with peppered bacon and blue cheese and one with ricotta, truffle salt and pickled vegetables
  • Salmon tartare – cold smoked Norwegian salmon with caper, cornichon, quail egg and roe
  • Bourbon braised heritage pork belly – pickled cherries, sweet potato hash, crispy kale, shaved celery, kumquat
  • Wellington pot pie – braised short rib, roasted wild mushrooms, charred cipollini onions and pastry
  • Meyer lemon pound cake – Meyer lemon curd, grilled grapes, red chili and poppy sour cream glaze

Then, a roaring after-party kicks off at 10 p.m. and swings all the way to 2 a.m. Enjoy the Jazz Age setting with a limited open bar all night, passed hors d’oeuvres, charity-based gaming and live entertainment from house band Fukushima Tuna.

Tickets are on sale now at blindpiggatsby.eventbrite.com. Two types of tickets are available, with the majority of proceeds going directly to the LLS.
  • The All Access Gatsby Pass ($250) – Includes four course dinner with wine pairings & access to the Gatsby Party. Also includes $50 gift card to Smokebelly BBQ.
  • The Golden Ticket Party Pass ($50) – Includes access to the Gatsby Party which includes limited open bar and passed hors d'oeuvres.

The evening’s events are part of Southern Proper Hospitality restaurant group’s partnership with the LLS. That partnership includes a promotion through June 11 in which all of the group's restaurants (The Blind Pig, Gypsy Kitchen, The Southern Gentleman, Smokebelly BBQ, The Big Ketch and Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails) are featuring three special Tito’s Handmade Vodka cocktails, with $1 from each drink sold going to directly to the LLS. Southern Proper is also hosting a charity golf tournament on June 6.

Partner Chis Hadermann is also participating in LLS’ Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) fundraising campaign, working to raise as much money for the organization as possible in a 10-week period. Those interested in lending their support can visit his Facebook page or donate at Hadermann’s personal MWOY page.

The Blind Pig Parlour Bar is located at 128 East Andrews Drive NE in Atlanta. For more information, call 404-931-2169 or visit theblindpigparlourbar.com.

About Southern Proper Hospitality
Southern Proper Hospitality is an entrepreneurial organization that values innovation, creativity and attention to detail. The mission of the team of industry leading professionals is to help shape the cultural fabric of Atlanta. Southern Proper provides a “short term escape” for diners by creating unique and distinct dining experiences that appeal to customers’ sense of adventure. Each restaurant offers a high energy, fun and entertaining atmosphere coupled with genuinely hospitable service and exceptional, high quality food.


Monday, May 2, 2016

Marlow’s Tavern Opens Second Marietta Location on May 17

For more information:
Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Atlanta Favorite Moves Into the Sandy Plains Neighborhood

ATLANTA (May 2, 2016) – Marlow’s Tavern, Atlanta’s favorite neighborhood tavern, is debuting its newest location at 2960 Shallowford Road in the Sandy Plains Centre along with a covered outdoor patio and a delicious lineup of new spring dishes. The tavern team looks forward to bringing classic American dining and world-class hospitality to the neighborhood.

"Cobb County is an exciting place to be with the new Braves stadium coming, plus so many residential and business communities that support their local restaurants and retail stores," says John C. Metz, executive chef and co-founder of Marlow's Tavern. "We are committed to being a great neighbor in the Sandy Plains area. Our guests are really going to enjoy dining outside on our beautiful patio or getting to know our bartenders and finding a refreshing favorite on our cocktail list this spring and summer."

The launch of Marlow's spring menu is coinciding with this opening, so diners can also look forward to trying new dishes such as a Banh Mi Chicken Wrap, Pan Seared Crusted Barramundi and Firecracker Shrimp. Those join already popular salads, sandwiches, burgers and other chef-driven fare focused on fresh ingredients.

After years at the helm of Blue Moon Pizza, Matt Breska comes to Marlow's Sandy Plains location as general manager. "I'm looking forward to meeting and getting to know all of our new neighbors," says Breska. "I hope they come in soon for a classic tavern burger or to try one of our new, lighter seafood dishes as the weather warms up. Plus, our patio is definitely going to be a fan favorite!"   

Beverage hospitality manager Jefferson Garrido looks to serve hand-made cocktails and a wide variety of bottled and canned brews. Marlow's signature drinks are made with fresh fruit juices, house-made simple syrups, fresh herbs and small batch liquors. Garrido also serves wines from around the world, local craft brews and national favorites.

Marlow’s Tavern Sandy Plains is open for lunch and dinner daily from 11 a.m. The restaurant is located at 2960 Shallowford Road in Marietta.  For more information, visit marlowstavern.com or call 770-693-8278.

About Marlow’s Tavern
Marlow’s Tavern was established in November of 2004 with the opening of its first location in Alpharetta, Ga., and has continued to grow over the years, adding several Atlanta-area restaurants, three locations in Orlando, Fla. and one in Tampa. In 2013, Nation’s Restaurant News named Marlow’s Tavern one of its “NRN 50 Breakout Brands” for the year. The neighborhood restaurant concept is open for lunch and dinner daily, offering guests classic American tavern fare with an upscale twist. For more information and location addresses, visit marlowstavern.com.