Reinstating the monthly tradition, our first Belgian Café, under beATL’s umbrella, will be held at a very special place. A place that I just discovered even if its Chef has been around Atlanta for quite a long while. So those who have been here ‘forever’ will know who I am talking about: Philippe Haddad. Philippe, from Belgian origins, jump started his culinary career by attending the renown Hotelschool Ter Duinen in Koksijde. He is now orchestrating the kitchen at F&B, which stands for “Food and Beverage”, a two-year old rustic neighborhood bistro offering
French Belgian-inspired cuisine, hand-selected wines and craft cocktails. On Thursday August 7th, beATL will have a dedicated area where will be able to gang around. A RSVP would be so much appreciated so we can give them a headcount.
To conclude, here are some thoughts for your palate: the mussels of course (4 versions), the authentic Belgian fries (with béarnaise or mayo), the braised rabbit (a recipe of Granny Haddad), steak frites and the fabulous filet américain (steak tartare)… In season add also the white asparagus to those highlights! And fyi, the dessert’s first choice: Belgian waffles …
beATL [bētl] is excited to meet you all at our first gathering spot! Spread the word around our community, follow our blog to be kept posted, don’t hesitate to comment below, send us your suggestions… Do not remain silent!
- When: Thursday August 7th
- Time: from 6.30 pm
- Address: 3630 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30326 | (404) 254-1797
- Parking: complimentary valet parking (there is also a self parking option ($4/hour))