Linton Hopkins talks Cobb steakhouse and more top Atlanta dining news

Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.

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Linton Hopkins

Restaurant news and events

Chef Linton Hopkins — of Restaurant Eugene and Holeman & Finch — is gearing up for the opening of his new dining concept at The Battery next to Suntrust Park, the new home of the Atlanta Braves.

As Hopkins told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution some weeks ago, the restaurant will be called C. Ellet’s and will be an American steakhouse with seasonal ingredients tied into the American South. “I’m going to bring a bunch of my New Orleans food in there, like barbecue shrimp and gumbo, because I used to cook in New Orleans, but I’ve never really brought a lot of that experience or recipes to any our businesses,” he said.

Hopkins discussed further details about the restaurant’s food and beverage menu in a recent interview with Eater Atlanta. The menu will specialize in big cuts of meat, burgers, vegetables and seafood with a New Orleans influence, and a full beverage program will feature a variety of wines, beers and craft cocktails. Check out all the restaurants confirmed so far at The Battery.

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Savi Provisions owner discusses new Indian restaurant, Savi expansion

City Winery takes new culinary direction

8Arm launches beverage program, late night menu

Take a first look at Fetch dog park and bar

At Hagar’s House, volunteers bring food, friendship

 

Sweet Charlie's rolled ice cream is coming to Atlanta. / Photo courtesy of Sweet Charlie's

Sweet Charlie’s rolled ice cream is coming to Atlanta. / Photo courtesy of Sweet Charlie’s

Restaurant openings and closings

Two new restaurants going into the former H. Harper Station space

A rolled ice cream shop is rolling into Buckhead

A Japanese barbecue restaurant is coming to Atlantic Station

Magnolia Room Cafeteria now open in Tucker

Salata salad bar concept coming to Atlantic Station

One Rooster Mongolian Bar set to open this month

 

Atlas Sliders with ground Wagyu, smoked gouda-pimento cheese, Tucker Farms green leaf lettuce, toasted brioche bun. Photo credit: MIa Yakel.

Atlas Sliders with ground Wagyu, smoked gouda-pimento cheese, Tucker Farms green leaf lettuce, toasted brioche bun. Photo credit: MIa Yakel.

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First Look: The Tavern at Atlas

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Review: Smoke and Duck Sauce

 

Atlanta's Monday Night Brewing and ASW Distillery partnered to produce a Scottish-style single malt whiskey. CONTRIBUTED BY: Monday Night Brewing Co.

Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing and ASW Distillery partnered to produce a Scottish-style single malt whiskey. CONTRIBUTED BY: Monday Night Brewing Co.

What to drink and beer news

Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing to release a whiskey

Beer of the Week: Sam Adams Rebel IPA

 

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