This Atlanta restaurant’s soup made a national list of best new dishes in the U.S.

Oxtail french onion soup with cave-aged Gruyere cheese. Photo credit- Mia Yakel.

Oxtail french onion soup with cave-aged Gruyere cheese. Photo credit- Mia Yakel.

A new entry onto the Atlanta dining scene is already getting national attention.

Website Thrillist named The Federal’s oxtail French onion soup to its list of 17 new bucket list-worthy dishes.

Thrillist said of the soup, “It takes everything about the dish to the next level: Tender chunks of oxtail commingle with plenty of cave-aged Gruyere and onion to create a gooey, savory masterpiece that makes soup for dinner an exciting proposition.”

Chef Shaun Doty opened The Federal in Midtown in November in the place of his previous restaurant, Bantam + Biddy. The menu is variously described as inspired by “French cuisine” and “the traditional American steakhouse.”

1050 Crescent Ave., Atlanta. 404-343-3857. thefederalatl.com/

 

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