FINALIST - UPSCALE RESTAURANTS HOSPITALITY MAGAZINE 10TH DESIGN AWARDS
NAMED BEST NEW RESTAURANT OF ATLANTA BY JEZEBEL
NAMED ONE OF THE SEXIEST RESTAURANTS IN ATLANTA BY ZAGAT
NAMED ONE OF ATLANTA'S TOP 100 RESTAURANTS BY THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
In collaboration with Meyer Davis Studio Inc.
Photography by Andrew Lee Thomas
St. Cecilia, from Atlanta chef-owner Ford Fry, serves coastal European food—simple and thoughtful dishes inspired by the coastlines of Italy, Spain, and France—in Buckhead’s Pinnacle Building. The building was previously the location for Bluepoint, a multi-level, multi-colored sushi bar. The design lowered the floors to a single dining space with towering bar. entrance occurs on an elevated platform behind the bar which also leads to the upper private dining rooms which look over the tall dining space. The kitchen spans a 3rd floor below where they prepare the fresh-made pastas. There are several scales of seating areas, so each time a guest visits, their experience of the space may be wildly different.