The Brasserie, on the lower level of Bazati, offers guests a place to drink and dine that evokes the brasseries of 1920s Paris, where drinks, dining, and excellent service met with the energetic pulse of daily neighborhood life.
The Brasserie sports a comfortable patio that overlooks the Atlanta Beltline, along with two inviting bars and indoor seating that encourages guests to feel at home. To drink? A largely French selection of well-curated wines and a cocktail program rooted in 1920s Paris (think French 75s and Boulevardiers). The menu? Brasserie classics such as steak frites, quiche and Duck confit.
Guests can start with breakfast or lunch, move to dinner and end apres moveable feast with a sip of Sauternes. Cole Porter penned it best: We love Paris, too. But The Brasserie, with its sweeping view of the city’s skyline overlooking the Beltine’s Eastside Trail, is a Francophile’s secret we’re willing to share.