South Main Kitchen Set To Open Aug. 25

'Kitchen-inspired' restaurant coming soon to historic Alpharetta.

‘Kitchen-inspired’ restaurant coming soon to historic Alpharetta.

South Main Kitchen is set to open Monday, August 25, the restaurant Wednesday announced in a press release.

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The restaurant, at 9 South Main Street in Historic Downtown Alpharetta, will serve up a “healthy take on modern American comfort food.”

The menu, crafted by executive chef Christy Stone, boasts a variety of bar bites, small plates, soups, salads, and entrees like boiled peanut Hummus and jam (blackberry jam, fig compote, brie, goat cheese), Pork Osco Busco (bacon risotto, roasted carrots and parsnips, gremolata, blackberry pan sauce) and kale and brussels sprout salad (toasted almonds, parmesan cheese, dried cranberries, lemon Dijon vinaigrette).

The restaurant’s space, built in 1906, features an open kitchen, dining room with reclaimed woods and original brick walls and floors, exposed ceilings and vintage lighting. South Main has a communal chef’s table, both table and banquet seating, “approachable” bar and the area’s only rooftop patio complete with seating and its own bar menu.

South Main Kitchen will serve lunch and dinner daily as well as brunch on Sundays starting in the fall. Owner Louis Soon plans to host a VIP opening on Saturday, Aug. 23, followed by the Grand Opening on Monday, Aug. 25.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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