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Candler Park’s Lazy Betty is anything but lazy

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What once started as a chef’s dream and morphed into a pop-up series has become one of Atlanta’s few tasting menu-driven restaurants. On Lazy Betty’s highly anticipated opening night, I was lucky enough to snag a reservation.

The industrial chic aesthetic – featuring exposed brick, muted colors and blankets atop each chair – was pleasantly unexpected and welcoming upon arrival.

Seasoned chef Ronald Hsu offers two ambitious tasting menus with plans for a la carte options in the lounge. The perfect pacing can’t be beat, but the experimental and thoughtful approach to each course is where the restaurant shines.

Abby Watkins, 360 Media, Inc.

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