Luxetips! Southern Luxe Dining At Parish The Brasserie Inman Park
Always be true to yourself.
This weekend, I had the immense pleasure to dine at Parish The Brasserie Inman Park in Atlanta, GA.
This eclectic restaurant is located in the heart of Inman Park in the restored historical terminal building built in 1920. The restaurant has a earthy open and airy feel with exposed brick, natural light and a rustic decor. Gorgeous!
The dinner menu at The Brasserie Parish is simply divine. The menu features creative craft cocktails, delicious wines, unique and fresh appetizers and one of a kind dinner entrees.
We started our dinner experience with The Brasserie Parish’s four signature cocktails. They are:
The Highland Mule made with St. George Green Chile Vodka, Ginger Agave Syrup and Lime;
The Everything Gold made with Rye Whiskey, Fernet, Honey and Lemon;
The Lady Grey made with London Dry Gin, Earl Grey Tea Syrup, O4W Lawn Dart, Grapefruit, Thyme Whiskey, Fernet, Honey and Lemon and
The Bad and Boozy made with Mezcal, Campari, Blood Orange, Agave and Orange Bitters.
Our favorites were The Highland Mule, which was a divine twist on a traditional Moscow Mule with a hint of spice and The Bad and Boozy which is similar to an Old Fashion but without the bourbon. The cocktails were strong while also tantalizing to the taste buds. Fab!
We chose to try several appetizers so we can get a good sampling of the appetizer offerings. As a note, The Brasserie at Parish uses fresh and farm local ingredients for all of their dishes. As a result, every is super fresh, rich and true to flavor. It is orgasmic.
We tried the Crispy Cauliflower which includes fried cauliflower with cucumber yogurt, parsley and feta cheese;
Prime Sirlon Beef Tartare (which my husband adored) with charred onion mayo, bacon, lavish cracker; and
Burrata Cheese which includes pesto, olive salad, tomato toast and serrano ham.
CHARRED ONION MAYO, BACON, LAVASH CRACKERand the Burrata Cheesewas super fresh and a burst of organic true flavor
The Burrata Cheese was definitely one of the best cheeses I have ever tasted. It was unbelievably good on the tomato toast. The Crispy Cauliflower was soooo good. The combination of yogurt, parsley and feta made this dish a star!
For our entrees we choose two of restaurant’s best dishes: The Fried Chicken served with Mac and Cheese and The Lobster and Grits (Mother’s Day weekend only) served with shellfish brandy gravy, crushed tomatoes and local grits.
The Fried Chicken is fried to perfection with none of the grease you get with other fried chicken. It was tender, juicy and crispy. However, I must admit our favorite dish was The Lobster and Grits. The lobster was cooked to perfection and the grits were creamy and flavorful. The gravy added just the right amount of flavor to an already perfect dish.
We topped our meal off with the restaurant’s signature Vanilla Creme Brûlée served with Hummingbird Cookies and the Mint Chocolate Chip which was a mountain of chocolate mousse, mint chocolate chip ice cream topped off with a raspberry macaroon. Swoon!
Divas The Brasserie Parish is a MUST TRY. The food is insanely fresh, delicious and creative. Love, love, love. The Brasserie Parish is open the following days and times:
for lunch from 11:30am-2:30pm Wed-Fri;
for dinner from 5:30-10pm Wed-Thur; 5:30-11pm, Fri & Sat
for Brunch from 10am-4pm Sat & Sun.
You can also make reservations by visiting http://www.parishatl.com/p/reservations.html