[Rendering from Lacina Heitler Architects, courtesy of Melissa Libby & Associates]
Gypsy Kitchen and Southern Gentleman, two innovative restaurant concepts from the owners of Tin Lizzy’s, Big Ketch, and Smoke Belly, are located on the second level of the “A” Building at Buckhead Atlanta. Utilizing a shared kitchen, the restaurants make efficient use of the 8,011-SF space.
Gypsy Kitchen’s finishes include hardwood floors, stone tops, Moroccan painted concrete tiles, antique mirrors, and interior wood trellises to match its “Spanish fusion” concept. An up-lit, life-sized sculpture of a bull adorns the back bar island.
The gastropub Southern Gentleman is accented with a more polished look, containing hardwood flooring, steel base moulding and chair rail, brass features, and tray ceilings with floral tin tiles.
Each restaurant will have a patio with spectacular views of the Buckhead Village. Employing aluminum and insulated glass overhead doors, the patios can be enclosed during the colder months.
The HVAC system for the space is comprised of water source heat pumps with an outdoor air unit. The kitchen exhaust systems features four hoods, exhaust and make up air equipment, welded black iron grease duct, and pollution control unit.