Linton Hopkins's famed Buckhead gastropub Holeman & Finch Public House is refreshing everything in honor of its 10th anniversary.
Atlanta magazine reports that the newly renovated interior is now decorated in gray and off-white tones. That means out with the dark wood and in with concrete, mosaic art, and a big community table. “We got rid of the dark color and changed the lighting to brighten it up,” Hopkins told Atlanta.
The gastropub’s menu is increasingly geared toward sharing too now, with more snack size plates. There's now charcuterie and cheese by the piece and more wines by the glass. Free bread and pickles will hit the table immediately now too. The most popular dishes aren't going anywhere though, like fish and chips, carbonara, deviled eggs, and flank steak.
Hopkins isn't afraid to change up Holeman & Finch's famous double-stack burger, however. Only 24 are available each night. "When it’s gone, it’s gone," he told Atlanta. "We never wanted Holeman & Finch to be a burger restaurant. That’s H&F Burger."