The fourth location of Atlanta-based restaurant Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern opens Monday, March 1, at Atlantic Station in Midtown.
Like its Halcyon development location in southern Forsyth County, the sprawling 9,000-square-foot Atlantic Station restaurant overlooks the small central park at the complex and features a similar layout with two patios, including a rooftop patio reserved for people 21 years and up.
Known for its traditional pub fare and comfort food, Hobnob serves everything from wings, pretzels and beer cheese, and burgers to porter-braised short ribs, chicken pot pie, and shrimp and grits. Chef Catherine Dill added two new steak entrees to the Atlantic Station menu — a chimichurri skirt steak and herb-crusted ribeye. Expect trivia on Tuesday nights and fried chicken specials on Sundays.
As for drinks, the bar offers a comprehensive bourbon selection as well as craft beer, cocktails, and frozen and fish bowl concoctions, such as a frozen 54-ounce rose cocktail called the Frozé Fishbowl.
In addition to the Atlantic Station and Halcyon restaurants, Hobnob also includes locations in Brookhaven and Dunwoody.
Open for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Order online for takeout. Limited dine-in and patio service. Masks required.
245 18th Street, Atlanta. hobnobatlanta.com.