Dine in One of Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall’s New ‘Base Camp Tents’ This Winter

Each tent has been designed for maximum conviviality with elements like Turkish rugs and lanterns.
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Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall next week will give its patrons the opportunity to go glamping without ever leaving the City with the launch of its new “Base Camp Tents.”

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Food and drink service out of the new tents will be available starting Tuesday, December 17.

The comfy, heated camping tents are located in the restaurant’s outdoor Grove space and outfitted with communal tables, Turkish rugs, blankets, festive decor, and lanterns.

Firepits wooden decks and camping chairs surround each tent.

A family-style menu includes a Cheese & Charcuterie Board, Pimento Cheese Crab Dip, Base Camp Board Selection (with a choice of Spatchcock Chicken and/or Backyard BBQ Board) and a selection of beer and wine for the table, all charged hourly.

For an additional charge per hour, guests can add on a Build-Your-Own S’Mores Kit or Hot Cocktails (or House Cocktails) for the table.  

The tents hold a maximum of 10 guests each and are available to rent in two-hour time blocks while larger groups up to 20 can rent two of the tents that share a deck.

The three, 144-square-foot tents will be open through the winter.

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Kamille D. Whittaker

Kamille D. Whittaker is an Atlanta-based journalist, editor and researcher.

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