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Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has opened its Buckhead doors — the 18th location for the growing chain — in the Lenox Marketplace, at 3535 Peachtree Road NE, according to a press release Monday. The 7,770-square-foot brewpub has been long-delayed due in part to construction and the pandemic.
Iron Hill Buckhead features an on-site glass-walled brewery with the ability to produce 900 barrels of craft beer annually. Its opening tap list includes beers like Light Lager, Vienna Red Lager, Brambleberry, Homestead, Philly Phavorite, and Pig Iron Porter, and seasonal beers including Reindeer’s Revenge, Spruce Moose, Winter Warmer, and Scrooge IPA. Plans call for a rotating schedule of seasonal beers and new recipes.
On the food side of things, Iron Hill offers appetizers, tacos, hearth-baked pizzas, burgers and sandwiches, salads, and brewhouse entrees, along with a kid’s menu, and soups and sides. Menu highlights include Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls ($12.50), Buffalo Cauliflower Tacos ($12.70), Margherita Pizza ($13), Brewski Burger ($13.30), Mediterranean Salmon Salad ($16.30), and Chicken & Baby Back Ribs ($19.30).
“It took us a little longer than expected to get here but we are thrilled to open Iron Hill Buckhead and introduce guests to our trademark service, innovative and delicious fare, and award-winning craft beer,” Kim Boerema, Iron Hill’s CEO, said in the release. “As a major commercial and financial center in Atlanta, and given its residential appeal, we knew Buckhead was a perfect next step to continue our expansion efforts.”
Iron Hill Buckhead — designed by Boulder, CO-based Bray Architecture — boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the patio, and industrial vaulted ceilings covered in copper-toned corrugated metal and black circular chandeliers. Its hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The company’s second location is in the works in Dunwoody.
In addition to a brand-wide donation to CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, the brewery and restaurant will be collaborating with the Atlanta Children’s Shelter to donate $0.75 from each Triple Chocolate Hill dessert sold “in order to support their efforts to break the cycle of poverty for families facing homelessness by building pathways to long-term self-sufficiency, and providing quality early childhood education.”