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An Eastside BeltLine Restaurant Wants to Whisk People Away to 1920s Paris

Multi-level retail and dining complex Bazati and its restaurant the Brasserie open August 30

The Brasserie at Bazati on the Beltline Ana Caridad
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

The 7000-square-foot Bazati—a multi-level restaurant, bar, and market—should open on August 30 at the Common Grounds development next door to New Realm Brewing on the Eastside BeltLine. This, according to Bazati’s website.

It includes the 1920s Parisian-style restaurant the Brasserie on the bottom floor, serving classic French dishes from breakfast through dinner. Former Bread & Butterfly executive chef Remi Granger leads the kitchen.

The Brasserie features two bars, a lounge, and outdoor garden seating on its 3000-square-foot BeltLine-facing patio. The restaurant will serve dishes such as streak frites and quiche Lorraine and offer mainly French wines and cocktails like the French 75 and boulevardier on its menu.

An open-air bar called Estrella is located on the building’s rooftop. It plans to serve a variety of Latin-style cocktails and sparkling wines. No word as to when it will open.

In addition to the restaurant and bar, Bazati includes eight retail shops selling gifts, books, wine, and flowers.

550 Somerset Terrace NE., Atlanta.

Bread & Butterfly

290 Elizabeth Street Northeast, , GA 30307 (678) 515-4536 Visit Website

New Realm Brewing

550 Somerset Terrace Northeast, , GA 30306 (404) 968-2777 Visit Website