The Atlanta outpost of Savannah’s Daniel Reed’s Public Kitchen & Bar is now open at Phipps Plaza for lunch and dinner.
The restaurant known for its “upscale, farm-to-table” fare uses vegetables and beef grown on the managing partner’s (Jamie Daniel Durrence) family farm in Glennville, Georgia. The nearly 6000-square-foot restaurant also includes a patio overlooking Peachtree Street.
The meat-heavy menu should be identical to that of the Savannah outpost which includes several burger options using beef, lamb, and pork and field green salads as well as larger entrees like a New York strip and a stuffed chicken breast.
A lengthy wine list is also available in addition to a menu of mostly classic-based cocktails. Expect to sip on drinks like a daiquiri made with Plantation pineapple overproof rum, an old fashioned with rum and rye whiskey, and a play on the gin-based aviation.
Take a look at the dinner and lunch menus:
Open Sunday - Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday - Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta. thepublickitchen.com.