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Buckhead restaurant Yebo Beach Haus is getting in the winter spirit with its pop-up Yebo Ski Haus. The concept will take over the space at 111 West Paces Ferry Rd. NW starting Wednesday, Nov. 8 through the spring, when it will transform back to the Beach Haus.
The Ski Haus will feature a revamped menu with offerings from last year including beer cheese fondue and ostrich bolognese and new items including duck confit cassoulet with beef boerewors and farro risso, as well as seasonal cocktails including the Barrel-Aged Rob Roy and Flannel Season, which features a blend of mulled wine and cognac.
The “apres ski” decor from owner Justin Anthony’s interior designer wife Kelly Wolf-Anthony will include old-fashioned wooden skis taking the place of surfboards in the ceiling rafters, plaid blankets and pillows on the restaurant’s seats and fire pits on the patios.
Matthew Ridgway has joined Cooks & Soldiers as executive chef. Ridgway previously served as executive chef at Gypsy Kitchen and Southern Gentleman at Shops Buckhead.
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