Open late Fri.-Sat.
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ECCO Restaurant Review: Intimate nooks and crannies tame the restaurant's cavernous 6,000 square feet, formerly the site of a fencing school. Seasonal, classic European fare drawn from around the Mediterranean defines a menu that allows patrons to engage in all sorts of dining experiences, from tapas and small plates to full-size mains. Seasonal dishes could include grilled white asparagus marking the arrival of spring. Assorted cheeses share billing with cured meats. Consider sharing a pizza that emerges from a wood-fired oven; there are house-made pastas, too. Desserts vary, but look for panna cotta or perhaps clafoutis. The wine list also roams the Mediterranean, with lots of good choices especially from Spain. ECCO's bar stays busy and remains open until the last man left standing has, well, left. Don't anticipate a quiet place to converse. A version of ECCO has opened on Concourse F (International) at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.