The full bar includes a cocktail list with drinks made with “Mediterranean spirits and inspired by regional spices and products,” as well as wine and beer from the Mediterranean region.
Designed by the Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry, the Three Arches space features design elements including a stone and aged bronze bar area, jewel tones, tile, stone mosaic flooring and rug cushions turks. The dining room is adorned with engraved nickel tables and stretched buffalo leather.
The outdoor space offers a terrace with a stone mural and a fireplace.
Three Arches hours of operation are 7am to 11am Monday to Friday, 5pm to 10pm Tuesday to Saturday, and 7am to 2pm Saturday and Sunday. A limited menu of bar bites will be available daily from 3-5 p.m.
3301 Lenox Pkwy, Atlanta. hyattcentricbuckheadatlanta.com.
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