Adele’s Atlanta will showcase well-known comfort dishes.
Red Pebbles Hospitality

Adele’s Atlanta will showcase well-known comfort dishes.

Red Pebbles Hospitality to Open Adele’s in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward

Red Pebbles Hospitality continues their thoughtful expansion into Atlanta with the late March opening of Adele’s within the historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood at 525 Edgewood Avenue. Mirroring architectural gems in two cities, both restaurants take raw, industrial spaces of decades old car garages and add crisp, modern décor - creating a juxtaposed warm, industrial dining canvas. For those who have enjoyed Adele’s Nashville, Adele's Atlanta will too be a gathering place for all to enjoy. Its lively spirit will be a place where people get together to enjoy fresh seasonal and familiar flavors that are inspired by the lightness of California cuisine and the rustic comfort of Italian dishes prepared with wood burning ovens and grills.

“We have always wanted to carefully expand Adele's concept to other cities,” says Howard Greenstone, founder and CEO of Red Pebbles Hospitality. “Once we discovered this adaptive reuse space in Atlanta, especially in this neighborhood, we knew that we could keep the integrity of what makes Adele’s special - adding local touches by creative design and our talented culinary team.”

The open scratch kitchen will embrace the historic neighborhood, the city and region with Adele’s Executive Chef Hannah Young tapping into her ‘farm-to-fork’ sensibility by selecting produce and proteins from local vendors and area farms. Adele’s Atlanta will showcase their well-known comfort dishes like roasted chicken with salsa verde, seasonal whole roasted fish, gnocchi, and kale salad with anchovy dressing, while introducing newer additions like smoked duck (grape gastrique, cauliflower puree), charred shrimp (Swiss chard, Gouda grits), shaved Brussel sprouts (golden beets, pine nuts, apple vinaigrette) and steak tartare (shaved garlic, caramelized onion, eggplant chips).

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