Despite delays due to COVID-19, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant opened up its 18th location at Lenox Marketplace in Atlanta, Iron Hill Buckhead, with socially distanced indoor and outdoor dining and imbibing. The first location in Georgia, Iron Hill Buckhead will also bring over 100 front and back of the house jobs to the area, helping to strengthen the hospitality industry within Atlanta.
“It took us a little longer than expected to get here but we are thrilled to open Iron Hill Buckhead and introduce guests to our trademark service, innovative and delicious fare and award-winning craft beer,” says Iron Hill CEO Kim Boerema. “As a major commercial and financial center in Atlanta, and given its residential appeal, we knew Buckhead was a perfect next step to continue our expansion efforts.”
Venue highlights: The 7,770 sq. ft. location boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, which open to the patio, usher in natural light and transmit the vibrancy of the downtown neighborhood. Designed by Boulder, CO-based Bray Architecture, design elements highlight the open kitchen with walls swathed in warm yellow, gold and rust hues contrasted by pop art mural depicting iconic Iron Hill and craft beer imagery. Sleek industrial vaulted ceilings covered in copper-toned corrugated metal are offset by large black circular chandeliers gently lighting the dining room and bar areas.
Iron Hill Buckhead features an on-site glass-walled brewery with the ability to produce 900 barrels of craft beer annually — from signature beers like Light Lager and Vienna Red Lager to a rotating schedule of seasonal beers and new recipes. Creative fare prepared on-site includes a selection of appetizers, tacos, hearth baked pizzas, burgers and sandwiches, salads, and brewhouse entrees, along with a kid’s menu, and soups and sides.
In addition to the brand-wide donation to CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, and as part of Iron Hill’s philanthropy and commitment to the communities they serve, the brewery and restaurant will be collaborating with the Atlanta Children’s Shelter to donate $0.75 from each Triple Chocolate Hill dessert sold in order to support their efforts to break the cycle of poverty for families facing homelessness by building pathways to long-term self-sufficiency, and providing quality early childhood education.