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Take a Tour of Olmsted, Now Open in Midtown

Olmsted. [Sarah Dodge]

Now open on 14th Street in Midtown, Olmsted serves "executive-style" lunch and weekend brunch. Owned by Legacy Restaurant Partners (STATS, Max's Coal Oven Pizzeria, Ventanna's and more), Olmsted pays tribute to Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Inman Park and Druid Hills, as well as New York's Central Park.

With a kitchen led by Executive Chef Bernie McDonough, Olmsted will serve bistro fare and daily fish specials. Menu items include veal milanese salad, New England lobster rolls, grilled trout, house-smoked salmon, and bourbon chocolate pecan trifle. On the bar side, there's beer, wine and Champagne—for all those rowdy business lunches.

Patrons can eat inside, on the terrace or in the garden; the interior and outdoor spaces are intended to flow with green hues and earth tone decorations.

Both complimentary valet and validated self-parking are available, and reservations are accepted.

· All Olmsted Coverage [-EATL-]
· In 'Sted: Power-Lunch Lobster Rolls in Midtown [UD]
· Olmsted: The Inman Park Designer Inspires a Garden of Eatin' [Thrillist]

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