Serena Pastaficio opens in Midtown

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Linguine vongole from the menu of Serena Pastaficio. / Courtesy of Serena Pastaficio

Linguine vongole from the menu of Serena Pastaficio. / Courtesy of Serena Pastaficio

Glance for meat and seafood entrees like the cioppino with lobster, prawn, scallop, grouper and mussels and veal Milanese with a breaded veal chop and roasted fingerling potatoes.

Led by Devan Johnson, formerly of Barcelona Wine Bar, the beverage application will incorporate an in depth wine and list, a assortment of beers with a regional aim and cocktails with an emphasis on foodstuff pairings.

Basic manager Steven Ratner, who beforehand served as typical manager of Kimpton Neglect Hotel, said Serena Pastificio strives to produce an “unpretentious” atmosphere “with a feeling of belonging. We want it to be energetic and approachable.”

The interior of Serena Pastaficio. / Courtesy of Serena Pastaficio

The inside of Serena Pastaficio. / Courtesy of Serena Pastaficio

Credit: Angela Webb

Credit history: Angela Webb

The 6,635 square-foot Serena Pastificio place will attribute 230 inside seats with a 36-seat non-public eating space, as well as a 36-seat out of doors patio. A massive open-notion focal bar will be positioned in the major dining space, with semi-non-public dining tables all over the restaurant’s perimeter. Visitors will be in a position to notice Darcoli producing pasta at an open up pasta-earning station.

Ratner explained the approach is for Serena Pastificio to be capable to serve as a prototype for foreseeable future related “Serena” ideas from IPIC.

“We want to be in a position to copy this and have the means to grow it on a much larger sized scale,” he mentioned.

Serena Pastificio will join numerous other foods and beverage ideas in Colony Square such as the vendors inside of Politan Row food stuff hall, slated to open this week, as nicely as Brown Bag Seafood Co., Sukoshi, 5Church Atlanta, Institution, Freshii, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and Moe’s Southwest Grill. Holeman and Finch Community Property, King of Pops and Rumi’s Kitchen are also slated to open in Colony Square this year.

Found at 14th and Peachtree streets, the 50-yr-outdated Colony Sq. advancement is going through a $400 million transformation overseen by North American Homes.

Serena Pastificio will open for meal services at 4 p.m., with delighted hour from 4-6 p.m. and brunch offered from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays. Soon immediately after opening, the restaurant will present lunch as nicely as takeout and shipping and delivery.

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1197 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta.

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