Tapas restaurant Sebastian Pintxos Bar, from the owners of the Sivas, opens Sunday, October 30, in the former Takorea space on Juniper Street in Midtown. And it features over 50 gins behind the bar and table-side sangria service.
The menu centers on dishes by chef Ilkay Suuctugu styled after those found at restaurants throughout the Basque region of Spain, according to a press release. Expect a selection of pintxos (shared snacks), meats and cheeses, vegetable and meat entrees, and a number of desserts. In addition to dinner daily, Sebastian Pintxos Bar also serves late-night food, starting at 11 p.m., and weekend brunch. A tapas happy hour takes place weekdays, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Look for Spanish wines, sangria prepared at the table, and more than 50 gins behind the bar for making a range of cocktails, including Spanish-style gin and tonics, which are typically garnished with fresh herbs, fruit, flowers, and other botanicals served in a ballon glass.
Sebastian Pintxos Bar plans to regularly host live music and DJs, along with flamenco dancers and other live performances during the week.
Eater reached out to Sebastian Pintxos Bar for a menu and further details.
818 Juniper Street, Atlanta. sebastianpintxosbar.com.
Open daily for dinner at 4 p.m.; tapas happy hour weekdays, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; late night food starting at 11 p.m.; weekend brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.