On April 14, The Cockentrice is opening a new patio, launching a spring dinner menu, and debuting its lunch program, just in time for a beautiful Atlanta Spring! The patio will include table-top dining and barstool seating facing Krog Street, so that diners can enjoy the prime location right off the Beltline and in the middle of Krog Street Market. The restaurant’s lunch program will feature the amazing charcuterie plates The Cockentrice has already become known for, as well as artisan sandwiches and salads. Lunch-goers can dine in the cozy bar area or on the patio, and the full bar menu will be available so that guests can sit, sip, and linger in one of Atlanta’s most dynamic new restaurant scenes. The spring dinner menu at The Cockentrice will change weekly and include dishes like roasted suckling pork confit with carrot and honey noodle, 60-hour tonkotsu pork broth, radish, and pickled turnips; 32 oz. dry aged, hatchet-cut ribeye with gorgonzola potato tartiflette, king royal trumpet mushrooms, and crispy shallot; carrot vermicelli with fresh spring peas, white asparagus, and lamb belly bacon with lamb shank ragu and bantam egg; and the new “Georgia Ginger Whip,” a fuet (Catalan) style salami made with local Georgia ginger.
“We’re excited to finally kick off patio season at The Cockentrice with our new space overlooking Krog Street, serving folks coming out to enjoy the Beltline and all that the Market has to offer,” says Chef Kevin Ouzts. “Guests can try our spring dinner menu and our new lunch program, all while people-watching on the patio in the heart of Krog Street Market.”
Lunch will be offered Tuesday through Sunday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The spring dinner menu will be available Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday 5:30 to 11 p.m., and Friday through Saturday 5:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. (the kitchen closes at 10 p.m. each night, with the charcuterie menu available until close).