The team behind heralded Roswell resto Salt Factory now brings you Little Alley Steak, opening next Monday as an Industrial Revolution-inspired bovine-ery with a metallic bull's head near the door, Edison bulbs strung from meat hooks, and original 1880s brick walls upon which they've placed menu boards that kinda resemble the ones on Family Feud, although if you dress like Steve Harvey they'll ask other customers not to follow suit.
Start with Kobe meatballs w/ garlic chili vinaigrette, a chilled shellfish bouquet (jumbo shrimp, "colossal" crab, Shigoku oysters), or charcuterie that includes housemade pots of pork jowl w/ bourbon & fig compote, plus local goods like Sandy Springs' CalyRoad goat cheese and meats from Decatur's Pine Street Market that include air-dried coppa and beechwood speck, whose manhood is not exactly flattered by a Speedo.
Steaks're exclusive gold Angus cuts from Chi-based Meats By Linz, and include 14-day wet-aged, center-cut filets (8oz each), 35-day dry-aged, bone-in NY strips, and a prime-cut 18oz rib eye. They've also got a 10oz Kobe burger, a hanger steak sammy, lamb chops w/ veal reduction, and fresh surf plates of Scottish salmon, Maine lobster w/ Belgian fries, and dayboat scallops, which they hopefully didn't buy on sail.
Beers include locals/regionals like bottled Abita and Red Hare drafts, plus they've got pre-Prohibition cocktails like the port-based Sangaree, and 200 whiskeys including Red Breast, Buffalo Trace, and Van Winkle Family Reserve, which they did for a spot on the Feud for like 20 years, but now nobody can seem to get in touch with them. So weird...