Atlantans no lengthier need to journey through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to dine at One Flew South, when the critically acclaimed Southern restaurant and sushi bar opens its next place Friday, June 17, on the Eastside Beltline. And it is possible a person of the biggest cafe openings to get area in decades along this part of the path in the Aged Fourth Ward.
Found future doorway to Shake Shack, getting above the former Hazel Jane’s wine bar area, the Beltline spot of A single Flew South capabilities the very same menu as the airport cafe, with a several new dishes additional, like bourbon miso cod atop creamy stone grits, Szechuan-style limited ribs, a deviled egg flight, and incredibly hot drunken hen and mochi waffles.
Atlanta chef Allen Suh (8ARM, Gato, Gaja) potential customers the sushi bar at 1 Flew South on the Beltline, whilst chef Cedric McCroery oversees day-to-day operations at both equally the airport and Aged Fourth Ward destinations.
Just one Flew South, backed by Jackmont Hospitality, was nominated in 2014 for Excellent Services by the James Beard Basis, and then all over again in 2015. It’s the initial airport cafe to be identified by the prestigious once-a-year meals awards.
Longtime Jackmont Hospitality culinary director Todd Richards (Lake and Oak BBQ, Soul: Meals and Society) claims a next locale of A single Flew South outdoors of the airport has normally been in the cards. Timing and the ideal room hadn’t come alongside, until now.
“It’s pretty essential to us that we sustain the core factors of Just one Flew South as we broaden past the airport, such as the execution of the food and the shopper support we’re rather famed for,” Richards informed Eater in May. “Having this much larger area will present extra opportunities for seasonal menu items, growing to brunch and simply being a lot more available for individuals.”
Folks familiar with the airport spot will obtain significantly of the design and style and decor at the Beltline restaurant similar. This involves the legendary wooden wall flanking the dining space and the photographic mural of the forest. The bigger area also affords A person Flew South to increase its seating selections, together with transforming Hazel Jane’s oval wine bar in the centre of the cafe into a sushi bar and introducing seating outside the house on the front patio.
Acquire a appear at the meal and sushi menus:
Open up day-to-day for satisfied hour, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Weekday and Sunday dinner 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Weekend brunch anticipated in the coming months.
670 DeKalb Avenue. oneflewsouthatl.com.