Scope The Menu For Nowak’s, Now Open In Former Morningside Kitchen Space

Blaiss Nowak, son of the owner of Hal's, last week unveiled the new concept after acquiring the space in January.

Morningside Kitchen last week officially reopened as Nowak’s.

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A new sign adorning the Nowak’s name went up at the Morningside-Lenox Park space, May 2.

Blaiss Nowak, the son of the owner of Hal’s, in January, acquired Morningside Kitchen from Tom Murphy with plans to open a new concept there.

But the new restaurant isn’t named after Blaiss directly.

“Nowak’s” was a menswear company in New Orleans owned by the restauranteur’s grandparents in the 1960s to the 1980s, according to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page earlier this year.

Even the logo is the same.

The new restaurant touts itself as a “casual neighborhood bar and restaurant” serving steaks and seafood.

Take a look at the menu:

Nowak's Brunch Menu
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The brunch menu
Nowak's Dinner Menu
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The dinner menu
Nowak's Restaurant Atlanta
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7 Comments

  1. This is quite overpriced to be a “casual neighborhood restaurant and bar”. None of the entrees come with any sides or hardly anything green? People in Va Hi are very health-conscious. The owner may want to revisit those ideas. UGH!

  2. Agree with Kate. This is very over-priced for the neighborhood. If we want Hal’s, we will drive to Buckhead. This concept will not work in Morningside. Bring back Morningside Kitchen! I had a crabcake, mashed potatoes and a glass of wine. It cost $55.00. UGH!

  3. Agree with everything said above. Overpriced and not worth your time.

    Also, I realize it’s the guy’s last name, but Nowak’s is not an appealing name for a restaurant.

  4. Wow. Food looks really good! The place/menu does not look so expensive to me. Crab cakes are $16… not $54 as other commenter mentioned???

  5. Ate there the other night. The food was delicious and very well priced for what I ordered. Our table had cocktails as well and they were well made and certainly did not skimp on liquor amount. Virginia Highlands/Morningside was in need of a more upscale restaurant. Negative comments are just mean spirited……

  6. We went before they changed the name and it appeared that they gave us a salad out of a bag and the kids menu was $12 for buttered noodles, lemonade was an additional $3. The food was not good and very overpriced. We really enjoyed Morningside Kitchen as it was somewhere we could go grab a good meal AND bring our kids if we wanted to. Nowaks is not a good fit for the area.

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