After a year and a half of planning, 4th & Swift chef and owner Jay Swift opened Noble Fin, his second Atlanta-area restaurant, on Monday. But instead of following up on his Old Fourth Ward venture at another address in a hot neighborhood Inside the Perimeter, Swift took over a former Dreamland Bar-B-Q space at 5260 Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree Corners. Swift, along with his son and chef de cuisine Jeb Aldrich, hopes to spark a movement of high-end dining in Gwinnett County.
Jay George Design & Architecture handled the design of the space, and Kristen Kong Design was in charge of Noble Fin's decor. With a menu that focuses largely on seafood, the restaurant offers a coastal atmosphere to match. Look for weathered hardwood flooring, large hanging pendants, a mix of booths separated by steel and frosted glass, banquettes and tables, and an open kitchen that is fronted by a hollowed-out canoe.
The 5,200-square-foot space seats 204 diners. Take a look around via the photos below.