Big Sky Buckhead

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A Bi-Level Lodge with Burgers and Taxidermy

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Mountain lodges.

Sometimes they’re surrounded by mountains.

Other times they’re surrounded by Buckhead.

And since the latter probably makes a lot more sense right now, meet Big Sky Buckhead, a new bi-level restaurant with pork belly buns, cold beer and the occasional wall-mounted elk head, opening for lunch tomorrow and dinner Monday.

Long story short: the guys behind this place realized that Buckhead was unforgivably deprived of what looks like a double-decker mountain lodge (taxidermy, dark wood paneling, lanterns on the walls...) and Hector Santiago’s Super Pan buns. So they built this place and put him in it. Long story shorter: you’re going to enjoy it here.

Show up tomorrow morning at 11:30 sharp. It’s fast-casual during lunch, so find the granite bar (it’ll be in the middle by that mural of Montana peaks) and order things. Perhaps a burger with bacon-onion jam for you and a mint-lime-wheatgrass agua fresca for your resolution-clinging friend.

And you’ll want to do this on Saturday, too. Because that’s when they’ll open the upstairs bar, throw open the garage-style glass doors on the patio and start serving alcohol for the first time.

You’ll always remember their first time.


Big Sky Buckhead
3201 Cains Hill Pl NW
Atlanta, GA, 30305


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