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The “Southern Art” of Eating

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In the next few series of blog posts I will be demonstrating some delicious food I’ve had recently here in Georgia, USA.  Starting with…  Southern Art Restaurant and Bourbon Bar!

Southern Art

Southern Art

This restaurant is actually part of the InterContinental Hotel located in the heart of Buckhead.  This, in my opinion, makes it a lot harder to find and also more rare for people looking for good food to stumble on.  The nice part about this is that it was not ridiculously busy even though I visited on a Saturday night.  Here’s the delicious food I devoured here (and for the entire menu check it out here, but keep in mind they do change it up every now and then).

Starters:

  • Southern Art Butcher’s Board:  This was a selection of cured, smoked, poached, and dried meats along with mustards and relishes.
Southern Art Butcher's Board in Atlanta, GA

Southern Art Butcher’s Board

Entree:

  • Niman Ranch Pork Shank:  This was AMAZING. Description: Sweet potato puree, ham braised greens, bourbon jus.
Niman Ranch Pork Shank @ Southern Art, Atlanta, Georgia

Niman Ranch Pork Shank

Dessert:

  • Chocolate Souffle Cake (Gluten Free Option):  This was a rich flour-less chocolate cake finished with candied pecans and bourbon cherries.
Chocolate Souffle Cake @ Southern Art, Atlanta, Georgia

Chocolate Souffle Cake

Some other awesomeness that friends sampled at Southern Art:

  • Grilled Filet of Ribeye: Sorghum glazed new onions, fried green tomatoes, jalapeno grits, with country ham scallion sauce.
Grilled Filet of Ribeye @ Southern Art in Atlanta Georgia

Grilled Filet of Ribeye

  • Roasted Salmon:  Turnips, Brussels sprouts, beech mushrooms, mustard seed sherry sauce.
Roasted Salmon @ Southern Art in Atlanta, Georgia

Roasted Salmon

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Thanks to Sara over at russiandesolation who is the friend that took the awesome pictures for me since my phone was taking horrible pictures! 
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    By: Tina T

    Tina is a foodie that loves eating deliciously and healthily. Having grown up in an Asian household in Atlanta, she loves creating and eating both Asian and American cuisine. Tina is the main blogger of Oh Snap! Let’s Eat! and Paleo in Atlanta. Read more…

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    1. Tina Post author

      It was very good! I just went there again yesterday but ordered a single separate ham rather than the whole butcher’s board (as they give you so much!) and I have to say all their meats are just delicious!

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