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5Church Atlanta

1197 Peachtree St. NE (14th St. NE) Send to Phone
MARTA: Woodruff Arts Center Station
Southern-influenced cuisine comes to Midtown with Charlotte-based 5Church.


Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner Tues.-Sun., Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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5Church Atlanta, Atlanta, GA

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5Church Atlanta Restaurant Review

: Coming to Midtown's Colony Square, Charlotte-based 5Church completely revamped the interior of shuttered Shout, using a white-and-black color palette punctuated by brilliant white lamps and faux feathered lighting suspended from the ceiling. The cuisine is designated as "New American," a term that seems to mean tapping a variety of culinary traditions. Flavors run a wide range from Southern shrimp and grits to an appetizer of charred octopus. Five steaks include a top-of-the-line Wagyu selection costing $15 per ounce with a three-ounce minimum. 5Church's burger is based on lamb, and vegetarians will find a truffle risotto along with lots of salad choices. Brunch selections look substantial, with such offerings as steak, fries and a pair of eggs. S'Mores Floating Island is among the more tempting desserts. There's a late-night menu as well. The wine list covers an array of tastes, and includes a considerable collection of bubbles. How about a glass of Banyuls with that S'Mores Floating Island?

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