Mar 11, 2024 - News

Lazy Betty opens Saturday in Midtown

Grilled Maine lobster from Lazy Betty.

Lazy Betty's grilled Maine Lobster. Photo: Andrew Thomas Lee

Weeks after closing its Candler Park location, Lazy Betty will soon reopen to customers in Midtown.

The latest: The Michelin-starred restaurant will begin serving customers on Saturday in 4,300 square feet of space at the corner of 10th and Peachtree streets, the eatery said last week in a news release.

What to expect: The tasting menu restaurant, led by chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, will offer a 70-seat main dining area, bar lounge, semi-private dining room, and a private chef's dining room.

  • The semi-private dining room will be able to accommodate up to 30 customers and the chef's dining room can fit 18.
  • The restaurant says an à la carte menu for the bar lounge and patio will be rolled out later in the year.

Catch up quick: Lazy Betty first opened in March 2019 on DeKalb Avenue in space once held by Radial Cafe.

Of note: Pricing at Lazy Betty will include a 20% service fee, "which helps level the pay disparity typically seen in restaurants between the front- and back-of-house," the restaurant said.

If you go: The restaurant will receive its alcohol license in the next few weeks. In the meantime, customers can bring their own drinks. You can make reservations here.


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