"Modern campfire cuisine" right off the BeltLine's Eastside Trail is coming soon. From Michael Lennox and executive chef
Robert Lupo Kyle Schmidt, Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall will open for business at 5 p.m. on Monday, September 15.
Can't wait that long? Well, Ladybird will host a pre-party pig roast to celebrate the BeltLine's Lantern Parade this Saturday. Open to the public, the party begins at 5 p.m., and the restaurant will begin serving from its outdoor smoker area around 6 p.m. until the food runs out. It's BYOB, seating will be available inside and on the patio, and Lennox encourages guests to stay during the parade.
The menu is still being finalized, but once Ladybird officially opens diners can expect dishes such as Navajo fry bread, fried smelt, and cheeseburgers ground in house. The bar will offer simple cocktails and a large number of domestic beers, focusing on Georgia and Southeastern brews. With BeltLine enthusiasts in mind, Lennox encourages casual attire and a laid-back atmosphere.
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