After more than a year of anticipation and plenty of speculation on a concept shrouded in mystery, Ticonderoga Club is opening to the public for the first time. The final Krog Street Market anchor restaurant, from Atlanta cocktail veterans Greg Best, Regan Smith, and Paul Calvert; chef David Bies; and designer Bart Sasso, will serve lunch today from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The partners previously told The Bitter Southerner their restaurant would be "a place where you will receive excellent food and drink and genuine Southern hospitality, and you will leave that place with absolute certainty you got good value for your money, so good you will want to come back tomorrow and think you might actually have the money left to do it."
Details on the food and beverage menus have been scarce up to this point, and there's no word yet on when regular hours will kick in at the restaurant.
Update: October 22, 12:45 p.m. Best tells Eater Atlanta the restaurant is still waiting on a liquor license and hopes to open for dinner and drinks in the next week or so. In the meantime, Ticonderoga Club will continue lunch service, aside from Wednesday, offering a grilled chicken spiedie sandwich, Cape Cod chips, and Moxie root beer.