Friday, April 24, 2009

30 Tables and 11 Stories opening on May 1

From our friends at Concentrics, the new 30 Tables and a new rooftop bar 11 Stories are opening on May 1 at the Glenn Hotel in the old Maxim Prime Space. More details from Concentrics below:

Concentrics Restaurants, in partnership with the Glenn Hotel and Legacy Property Group, is proud to announce the opening of its newest restaurant 30 Tables on Friday, May 1, in the heart of downtown Atlanta. The restaurant launch coincides with the introduction of the Glenn’s signature rooftop space 11 Stories, which was re-designed under the direction of Concentrics Restaurants.

For their second restaurant located in the burgeoning Luckie Marietta District, Atlanta’s acclaimed restaurateurs Bob Amick and Todd Rushing welcome the partnership with the Glenn to forge an inspired destination perfect for business travelers, vacationers and locals alike. 30 Tables features American contemporary cuisine infused with sustainable and seasonal ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner and manages room services for hotel guests from a kitchen of Southern-influenced sophistication.

Located on the roof of the Glenn Hotel, 11 Stories provides breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlanta skyline, masterfully handcrafted signature libations and flavorful small bites.

The Chef

Chef Daniel Chance couples more than 15 years experience in the city’s restaurant industry with innovative and youthful ideas that will infuse the food and atmosphere of the latest Concentrics Restaurants venture with energy. Chance began working at Concentrics Restaurants in 2003, and has contributed to the kitchens of ONE. midtown kitchen, TWO urban licks and TROIS. Prior to joining the Concentrics team, Chance worked with the Buckhead Life Group from 1996 to 2002. Wasting no time launching an impressive career, Chance rose to the position of sous chef with the Buckhead Life Group by age 20.

The Cuisine

Chef Chance creates a menu of modern American fare highlighted by sustainable and seasonal ingredients that reflects the restaurant’s Southeast influences and refined candor. For breakfast, lunch and dinner, the menu highlights the season’s best ingredients simply prepared with vibrant flavors and textures. Fresh herbs are snipped daily from the 11 Stories rooftop garden, contributing an essence of freshness to each dish and greening the urban landscape.

Starting with breakfast, which is available throughout the day, the menu features made-to-order Cheesecake Crepes with Strawberries and Balsamic, Corned Beef Hash with Two Fried Eggs, Peppers and Spicy Chow Chow and a “make your own” Breakfast Sandwich.

For a relaxing mid-day meal, guests can enjoy a lunch menu that includes classic dishes such as Southern Fried Chicken on Texas Toast with Aioli and Pickle, Green Tomato Tempura Salad with Watercress, Charred Onion Vinaigrette and Tomato Chutney and Fish n’ Chips with Jalapeno, Onion and a Malt Vinegar Dressing.

In the evening, dinner guests will enjoy a menu as diverse as it is delicious with appetizers like Snapper Crudo, Asparagus topped with Poached Egg, Pecan Butter and Parmesan and Pork Belly Spring Rolls. Entrees include a hearty Crab Cake Salad paired with arugula, watercress, hard egg, tomato, pickled onion and avocado, and a Sauteed Gulf Snapper with Charred Corn, Cilantro, Lime and Chimichuri while sides showcase Garden Panzanella, Cheddar Corn Grits and Lady Peas and Pecorino Cheese.

The bar snack menu, which includes Fried Okra and Corn with Smoked Cilantro and Lime Aioli, Soft Pretzel topped with Grainy Mustard and Cheddar Bacon Hushpuppies with Pepper Jelly, allow guests to savor Chef Chance’s creations while enjoying the lobby’s bustling activity.

The chef makes his mark on 11 Stories with a variety of small plates including Sushi Rolls, Fresh Meats and Cheeses, Shrimp Ceviche and Raw Oysters on the Half Shell and adds some green to the urban landscape with a thriving herb garden.

The Drinks

Providing something for every palate, the wine list offers more than 80 bottles offering several by the glass to reflect the restaurant’s regional-influenced sophistication. Focusing on an innovative new-world taste, the wine list is largely domestic, featuring bio-dynamic and organic wines that embrace the sustainable and fresh nature characteristic of 30 Tables and 11 Stories.

Mixologist Abens, a craft bartender by specialty with more than a decade of training, carries freshness and innovation through his extensive cocktail list, which is broken down into four categories. “House Cocktails” offer a selection of the bar’s signature combinations including The Glenn Rocks, a delicious blend of house cherry brandy, lemon, Reagan’s Bitters and cava brut lending the fresh, modern taste that defines the Glenn. Traditional cocktails make up a category called “Classic Consumptions,” which features a Blue Moon Fizz of bin, crème de violette, lemon, egg white and charge water. “Southern Style Sipping” is devoted to regionally inspired cocktails like Berry Sweet Tea which references the South’s favorite beverage with Sweet Tea Vodka, cassis and lemon. “Fresh Fixes,” a sizable collection of cocktails featuring fresh fruit, includes Fraise Savage made with vodka, lemon, prosecco and the key ingredient, fresh strawberries, as well as the Peruvian Sling made with pisco, Cherry Heering, house grenadine and the bold flavor of fresh pineapple.

30 Tables and 11 Stories are located in The Glenn Hotel at 110 Marietta St. The restaurant serves breakfast Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily; and dinner Sunday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. The rooftop patio, 11 Stories, is open Monday through Sunday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. The restaurant also manages room service for hotel guests. For reservations please call 404.469.0700.



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