"It's going to have a cheffed up bar menu and a full cocktail program, but the base of the cocktail program will be centered around moonshine," says de Haan. "We'll be aging the moonshine in six different oak barrels as well as doing some different infusions."
The party scene and DJs that the East Andrews brand has been known for will remain; the courtyard and Andrews Upstairs will continue to serve the late-night and weekend crowds as they have for more than a decade. The only difference will be the revamping of the main bar downstairs within East Andrews Café and Bar to serve the new dinner spot during the week.
"The interior is going to reflect the concept," says de Haan, "with stone or slate floors, copper embellishments on the bar and wood throughout, with traditional, hand-made black pipe light fixtures with antique edits and bulbs."
As for the name, Stillhouse? Still, of the copper equipment used to distill the liquor is combined with house, of the public house ideal of creating a gathering place. The idea is for the moonshine gastropub to provide a local spot in the heart of Buckhead.
I'll second the comment on the gnudi. It was outstanding. Love the wine list, too…
Hey Bliss, you provide the prices for everything but the ramen.
Chateau de Saigon has a 10 page menu.
Andrew is my cousin & I am so happy for him & proud of him…
He is a Jerk off
He has two planes- both Cessnas (206 and 414). The internet is hard.