We hit the new Bakeshop (903 Peachtree St., 404-892-9322) for lunch Sunday. This is the latest Concentrics eatery and features the work of chef/owner Jonathan St. Hilaire, among our city's best bakers.
The place is great-looking with a completely open kitchen, a pastry counter and communal tables.
The bakery serves breakfast and lunch. The latter's menu includes sandwiches, soups and salads. I ordered a panzanella salad with "pulled-chicken chili" and an almond croissant. That turned out to be a hell of a lot of bread. Wayne ordered a smoked turkey sandwich with tomato bisque and a pistachio-apricot tart (above, right)
We also bought a lot of other items for dinner later. Generally, we found the food good but not without some glitches. I'll have the full story in "Grazing" later this week.
(Photos by Cliff Bostock)
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Photos from the 2007 demolition of the original Williams Street space. https://www.flickr.com/photos/chickpeapie/3350150662/in/photolist-2dEE3J-66Y9qn-66Y9ok-673p3h-66Y9pX-66Y9rX-66Y9nT-66Y9oV-673p5j-6oKZC3-66Y9mV-6zUyyA/
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