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Let's Eat: Atlas opens in downtown Fayetteville

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February 11, 2020 By NWA Democrat-Gazette

FAYETTEVILLE -- Atlas is welcoming guests into its new fine-dining space in a historic building downtown.

The restaurant, open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, is holding a soft opening through Feb. 16, according to the venue's social media posts.

Guests can reserve a table in advance, while a bar and lounge area is available for walk-ins. The venue is sold out Thursday and Friday night this week, according to its website.

Owned by executive chef Elliot Hunt, Atlas' menu includes an eclectic cocktail and wine list in addition to an array of world cuisine-inspired appetizers, small plates, salads, dinner entrees, and desserts.

Hunt studied cooking under a Michelin-starred chef in Paris, according to the site.

The restaurant's new home, the city's Ellis Building, is located close to the downtown square at 208 N Block Ave. The building is a circa-1923 automobile sales and service building and was among 15 Arkansas properties added to the National Register of Historic Places in June.

 

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