The Peachtree Corners dining scene has been gaining momentum lately. First Jay Swift's Noble Fin opened, and now Ba Bellies, the second restaurant from Nam Phuong owners David and Tina Nguyen, is nearing its debut. The "Asian gastropub," as its being billed, should come online in the next few weeks.
Ba Bellies is taking over the former Firenze space at 6025 Peachtree Pkwy. Ownership says it's undertaken a complete design overhaul, creating a rustic and industrial atmosphere. Seating for 150 is available inside, and there's room for an additional 60 on the patio.
Before it opens, look around Ba Bellies via the photos below.
Coming through the front door gives a view of the entire Ba Bellies space.
The back patio is surrounded by trees.
Looking back toward Ba Bellies from the patio.
The high-top bar inside Ba Bellies.
Table seating near the bar inside Ba Bellies. Food-related philosophy adorns the walls to inspire diners.
The main dining room at Ba Bellies, complete with the owners' desired industrial feel.
Lots of natural light pours in through the wall of windows.
Inside the main dining room, looking back toward the front door.
An original mural designed by Chris Veal leading toward the restrooms inside Ba Bellies.