It's dinner-only at this mocha leather-heavy Buckhead base to the St. Regis, where the wine buckets, white tablecloths, and fine cutlery should tell what you should expect to pay... and what they expect you to wear. And if it doesn't, there's the 35-day aged ribeye, venison tenderloin, lamb loin, and a $25 burger.
Inside the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead, Atlas is more than just a cornerstone of elevated cuisine. The restaurant is a great spot for a celebratory meal, but the in-depth wine list and excellent cocktail program is worth a visit on its own. Head sommelier Samuel Gamble curated a list with more than 600 bottle selections and 90 selections that guests can order by the glass, which are rotated seasonally. Whether you’re looking for a rare pour or want to embark on a vertical tasting, this is the place. Plus, the dedicated tavern menu allows for a casual seat at the bar with snacks like burrata and oysters to pair with a glass or ice-cold martini.
Atlas is perfect for a couple looking to dine in the lap of luxury. The space in the St. Regis Hotel is tastefully appointed with rich green and caramel hues and dim lighting with a serious vibe. Enjoy the tasting menu (although a la carte is available) while indulging in a visual feast of artwork from the Lewis Collection that includes Picasso, Chagall, and Monet.
Don your fanciest Thanksgiving pants for a dressed up feast at Atlas in the St. Regis. The three course menu includes choices like oyster Rockefeller, turkey with truffle mousse, pumpkin risotto, and pumpkin pie. There are also three different levels of wine pairings available. The Garden Room will be open, too, with a la carte options.