Swanky Atlanta steakhouse American Cut, backed by LDV Hospitality, is closing February 28 after five years at Peachtree Road luxury development Buckhead Village.
“After over five years at the property, American Cut will close at the end of this month. We look forward to welcoming a new tenant in their former space,” a representative for Buckhead Village owner Jamestown Properties says.
Sources with knowledge of the closure tell Eater it’s likely the restaurant’s rooftop companion bar the Regent Cocktail Club located on the third floor of American Cut is also closing at the end of February. The bar’s Atlanta location is no longer listed on the LDV Hospitality website. Locations of American Cut remain open in Tribeca and Atlantic City, as does the Miami Beach location of the Regent Cocktail Club.
The Jamestown spokesperson declined to provide further details on the closure and what might replace American Cut at Buckhead Village. Representatives for American Cut and the Regent Cocktail bar have yet to respond to Eater’s request for comment.
American Cut and the Regent Cocktail Club first opened at Buckhead Village in 2016 when the development was still operated by San Diego-based OliverMcMillan. Jamestown, which owns Ponce City Market and Westside Provisions District, purchased the six-block complex of high-end shops and restaurants three years later from Brookfield Residential, which acquired OliverMcMillan in 2018.
South African jerky restaurant and cocktail bar Biltong Bar closed in January after just three years at Buckhead Village. Italian restaurant Yeppa and Co., from the owners of Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante and Forza Storico, opens in the space some time this summer.