Epicurean Atlanta, Midtown’s “only food- and wine-centric hotel,” will begin welcoming guests starting Thursday, September 16, according to a press release this week.
The hotel is a member of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection and the second location of the Epicurean Hotel brand, a collaboration between Mainsail Lodging & Development and Bern’s Steak House in Tampa, Fl.
It is one of three towers located in the 1105 West Peachtree property by Selig Development, at 1117 West Peachtree Street.
“It is my great privilege to officially invite guests and locals alike to experience Epicurean Atlanta,” Mainsail Lodging & Development president and founder Joe Collier said in the release. “Our dynamic team joins an already impressive lineup of design, arts and culinary superstars in Midtown. It is our hope that Epicurean Atlanta provides the kind of unique and superior culturally-enriching adventure of the senses that patrons of the city have become accustomed to.”
Epicurean Atlanta is anchored by three dining concepts, all led by Executive Chef Ewart Wardhaugh. At Reverence, the hotel’s signature restaurant, guests can expect dishes like King Trumpet Oyster Mushrooms with Cherry Confit, Blue Cheese, Chocolate Oil, and Truffle as well as Hay Smoked Rack of Lamb with Hazelnut Romesco, Burnt Onion, and Chanterelles. The 2,886 square-foot space has seating for up to 127-guests with an expansive patio facing West Peachtree Street.
Located in the heart of the 9th level Sky Terrace is Aerial Kitchen & Bar, open for lunch and dinner, serving South American and Mexican cuisine/
The Office Bar offers lunch and dinner seven days a week, with an emphasis on a more bourbon-focused beverage program and eats like Fried Chicken Flavored Popcorn and a Shrimp & Grits ‘Scotch Egg’ as well as seasonal salads and a selection of sandwiches.
Epicurean Atlanta boasts 178 guest rooms, which includes 22 suites. The hotel is also home to the Epicurean Theatre, a 1,964 square-foot space with a state-of-the-art kitchen via a partnership with Sub-Zero and Wolf, which can accommodate up to 80 attendees. The Epicurean Theatre will make its debut with a series of deeply immersive Master Classes held October 14 to 17 as part of the inaugural Gather ‘round culinary weekend celebration, highlighting topics curated by The Local Palate’s editorial team and featuring celebrated talent from across the South.