Baffi open in West Midtown

The open kitchen area is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace built by neighborhood grill maker Chris Demant. Dishes on the menu include things like wood-seared shrimp salad with wintertime greens, spicy aioli and focaccia forged iron sunburst trout with braised greens and meyer lemon salsa and Waxman’s JW Roasted Hen, on give at a lot of of his eating places in excess of the many years. Other possibilities consist of fresh new and dried pastas, pizzas and a variety of shareable dishes.

The interior of Baffi. / Photo courtesy of Mia Yakel

The inside of Baffi. / Photo courtesy of Mia Yakel

On the beverage aspect, beverage and service director Don Pirone features a menu of “classic and imaginative cocktails” as nicely as wines and beers from Italy and beyond.

The room was built by nearby architect Sara Hawker, who employed whites, gentle woods and buttery yellows as layout elements. The cafe features ground-to-ceiling home windows, and a 1,750-sq.-foot eating room with a bar with white Parisian tile and an oak major. A facet area can be closed off for personal eating, and outdoor dining is readily available on a 1,000-square-foot patio with a firepit.

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Brezza Cucina, owned by Waxman, shuttered at Ponce Town Market place in June, with ideas to reopen in a new area. The eatery was amongst the initially wave of places to eat to open up in Ponce City Market in 2015 and serves dishes with Italian and American influences which include gnocchi, roasted fish, pizzas and kale salad.

Aspect of the Stockyards redevelopment project, Baffi is adjacent to chef Nick Leahy’s Aix and Tin Tin, which a short while ago transformed into Nick’s Westside.

The restaurant is adhering to quite a few COVID-19 protocols, which includes confined seating, masks essential for team and for patrons when not seated at their tables and a single-use menus.

Baffi is open up 5-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 5-10 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. The whole menu is also readily available for takeout.

976 Brady Ave. SW, Atlanta. 404-724-9700.

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