[Rendering] Details Surface For Multi-Million Dollar Atlas Terrace Renovation

Plans earlier this year were filed to overhaul the outdoor space of the St. Regis restaurant.

Atlas is moving forward with plans to overhaul its outdoor space.

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The St. Regis Atlanta restaurant officially released details Wednesday of its $2.6 million terrace renovation.

What Now Atlanta first uncovered the plans earlier this year.

Post renovations, the outdoor space—part of The Tavern at Atlas—will offer a stand-alone bar and chef-driven small plates and cuisine from the dining room, cocktails and live music.

“When Atlas took over the restaurant space at the St. Regis, a complete renovation of the interior occurred as part of a three-phase plan,” Geno Dew, Atlas’ general manager, said in the release.

“With the Tavern at Atlas being the second phase, we’re now thrilled to give the exterior a facelift as we continue our commitment to always provide exceptional experiences as one of the Southeast’s must-go dining and cocktail destinations. We could not be more thankful of Buckhead community and locals and visitors alike for their support to help us achieve this vision and for our ongoing success.”

Set to be completed in early 2019 in conjunction with the restaurant’s four-year anniversary, the new 3,070-square foot terrace designed by The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry will offer 100 seats in the dining area along with 24 dedicated bar seats.

The new terrace will feature a vaulted glass and steel roof, sliding glass windows that open onto One Buckhead Plaza, an up-lit tree sculpture featured at the bar, and focal trees throughout the dining space.

More details will be released in the coming months.

Atlas will remain open throughout the renovation process which will take place outside of operating hours.

Atlas Terrace Rendering
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Rendering: Official


Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak