Clutch Restaurant is now open in Brookhaven, at 1860 Corporate Blvd NE, the restaurant recently announced. Entrepreneur Lemont Bradley, who also owns car wash and eatery Auto Spa Bistro along with its more environmentally-friendly counterpart, Eco Car Spa, is behind Clutch.
Replacing Montie’s Public House and Zuffy’s Place before that (which was itself a relocation of sorts of the former Fuzzy’s Place from North Druid Hills Road), Clutch offers a menu of smothered pork chops, cowboy steaks, salmon, sea bass, lamb chops, macaroni and cheese, broccoli, French fries, Brussel sprouts and more. Along with these American options, Caribbean items such as jerk chicken, rasta pasta and oxtails will also be on the menu.
“We are so excited to finally open Clutch in Brookhaven,” Bradley said in a press release. “This has been in the works for a few years — as we’ve battled licensing issues, sprinkler issues, COVID, and worldwide protests.”
The restaurant, which was originally supposed to open in 2018, is looking to promote themed-nights for every day of the week. This will include Meatless Mondays, Taco Tuesdays, Comedy Nights on Wednesday, and more. “Bradley is looking to bring on his celebrity clientele (who frequent his auto spa) to host themed nights,” according to the release. Auto Spa Bistro’s clientele currently includes Lil’ Baby, T.I., and more, the release notes.
For the month of July, Clutch will open for dinner on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays and brunch on Sundays.
Clutch is currently hiring waiters, barbacks, line cooks, dishwashers, hosts and bartenders. Interested parties can email the restaurant.