Buckhead is about to add one more steakhouse to its plentiful market of beef-heavy restaurants (which already includes Bones, Chops, Hal’s, and American Cut) when it welcomes Roswell’s Little Alley Steak this spring.
The design of the steakhouse is inspired by the interiors of butcher shops common throughout New York City. Think butcher block woods and lighting made from meat hooks. In addition to its dining room, Little Alley-Buckhead will include a large patio with an outdoor bar and lounge as well as a wine room.
Buckhead’s menu won’t stray far from that of the original Roswell location. Expect the standard surf and turf fare, charcuterie, and a bourbon collection said to total 365 bottles.
Little Alley is owned by Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac (Salt Factory Pub).
3500 Lenox Road, NE, Suite 100, Atlanta.