Buena Vida Tapas & Sol opens later this year at the North and Line complex across from Historic Fourth Ward Park along the Beltline. The 190-seat Spanish tapas restaurant is owned by Adam Berlin and Juan Calle of Big Sky Buckhead.
Berlin and Calle tapped chef Juan Hormiga to lead the kitchen. Hormiga, who currently works at Shamarkanda in Ibiza, will channel the coastal vibes of Southern Spain on the Beltline in the dishes and tapas for Buena Vida. The bar plans to feature cocktails, beer, and mainly Spanish wines on the menu.
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This is our future home! You can see the patio in the foreground. We will be the only restaurant space in the new @north_and_line_atl development. The beltline is to the right, Historic Fourth Ward Park on the left, and #poncecitymarket in the background (across #northavenueatlanta ). So excited to share our passion for Spanish Food and Culture with you all! #atlfoodie #atlantaeats #tapas #atlfoodie #beltlineatl #oldfourthward #ponce
The breezy resort feel of the restaurant, dotted by live plants and filled with “vibrant bohemian colors”, draws natural light from the two-story windows located in the bar and lounge area, which opens onto the dining room and a 50-seat patio, overlooking Historic Fourth Ward Park.
“Our goal with Buena Vida is to create a fun, approachable experience that brings together neighbors and visitors alike over truly authentic Spanish food and drinks,” Calle says in a prepared statement.
385 North Angiers Avenue, Atlanta. buenavidatapas.com.