Gather your family, homeowner's association or 30+ of your closest friends and book a Lamb Party on our patio! Parties are available now through late fall. Chef Pano Karatassos will roast a whole lamb on the spit in our garden for your group of 25 to 40 people. Adding an exciting element to the evening, Chef Pano and his chefs personally cut and serve the lamb in front of your guests. Party organizers have the opportunity to add passed hors d'oeuvres on the patio or plated appetizers in the semi-private Club Room to complete the meal.
Lamb Parties start at $900/group ($36 - $22/person) and one lamb will feed 25 to 40 people. This price does not include tax, gratuity, hors d'oeuvres or appetizers. Call Kyma to select your date at 404-262-0702. We require 48 hours notice for Lamp Parties.
Each month, Executive Chef Piero of Pricci creates an all new three-course Regional Menu starting at just $35. This month, he focuses on Sicily's second largest city - Catania. Grandiose black and white baroque piazzas with one of the most vibrant culinary traditions in the island make this city one not to miss at Pricci.
Veni Vidi Vici introduces two new dinner specials on Fridays and Sundays to coincide with live jazz music by local musician Sal Gentile. We hope you will join us for Ossobuco and Chicken/Veal Scallopine! Call the restaurant at 404-875-8424 to make a reservation.
Ossobuco Fridays - Executive Chef Jamie Adams serves 1.25 lb. milk-fed ossobuco veal shanks with Saffron risotto and gremolata. Ossobuco is a Milanese specialty of cross-cut veal shanks braised with vegetables, white wine and broth. There are only 16 available each Friday, come early before they run out!
Scallopine Sundays - Choose from chicken or milk-fed veal and one of six preparation styles below. Served with either VVV's Smashed Potatoes or Sautéed Field Greens.
• Marsala shiitake mushrooms, marsala
• Piccata capers, lemon, parsley
• Saltimbocca prosciutto, sage, white wine, parsley (2. Supp)
• Pizzaiola spicy tomato, white wine, oregano
• Francese egg batter, parsley, capers
• Grilled salmorglio sauce
The AJC's Atlanta Buzz blog featured American Idol alum, Clay Aiken, dining at Pricci on March 25. Aiken was in Atlanta on a fundraising trip, raising money for his North Carolina Congressional campaign.
The AJC's Food and More Blog included Executive Chef Pano Karastassos of Kyma in a lineup of Atlanta chefs and their favorite off-the-job dishes. Chef Pano chose an out of the way BBQ joint. Read the full article to find out what it was!
Getaways For Grownups featured Executive Chef Pano Karatassos of Kyma as one of eleven chefs competing in the 3rd Annual Golden Onion. An interview with Chef Pano and a sneak peak of his Vidalia Onion recipe is included. The competion will be held on April 27 in Vidalia, Georiga.
The AJC's Food and More Blog featured Atlanta Fish Market's retail market manager, Ian Bailey on April 2. The article included Ian's step-by-step process of how to filet a grouper, along with his favorite grouper recipe.
Pano Karatassos and Atlanta Fish Market's iconic "Big Fish" were featured in Simply Buckhead's Landmark Issue. What a classic Buckhead landmark!
The Club at Chops was featured on Atlanta Magazine's Food Blog March 19. The article included five Atlanta speakeasies, and gushed about the privacy, luxury and VIP status that is the Club.
"Some say our Club Member selection process is about as mysterious as the Vatican’s method for picking a pope.”
Just in time for the Academy Awards, Buckhead Diner's White Chocolate Banana Cream Pie was featured on the AJC Food and More blog's "Pick 5: Award-Winning Dishes."
North of Miami gave City Fish Market a great reiview, along with an in depth photo tour.
In early February, Zagat named Kyma one of its romantic picks for "Where to Recreate that First-Date Feeling in Atlanta."
In January, The AJC's Food and More blog gave a behind the scenes look at the retail counter of Pano's Market with manager, Ian Bailey. Pano's Market is located at the Atlanta Fish Market.
In early February, Discover Atlanta's dining blog gave Veni Vidi Vici a great review, highlighting the VVV Board, the Agnolotti Pasta and the Coniglio.