Spectacular Food-Focused Hotel With Sky Plaza Finally Opens In Midtown

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Spectacular Food-Focused Hotel With Sky Plaza Finally Opens In Midtown

The new foodie hotel Epicurean has officially opened!

At Epicurean, they believe in curating incredible experiences so that people can celebrate all of the wonderful flavors that the world has on offer. The name Epicurean comes from the Greek philosopher Epicurus, who believed that “Pleasure is the Greatest Good.”

So Atlanta, get ready for some well-needed pleasure as Epicurean have officially opened their Midtown hotel in Atlanta. If you’re a foodie or wine lover then you’re in for a real treat, because the hotel is completely food-focused and promises some excellent additions to Atlanta’s cuisine scene.

The hotel will feature a street level signature chef-driven restaurant, with chic interiors and a refined menu. Also on offer will be the ninth floor Sky Plaza café and bar to complement the spectacular view of Atlanta’s architectural giants.

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There will be a culinary classroom, that will attract local and national talent to engage, entertain and enrich. Workshops and cuisine theatre will be headlining the unique space at the new hotel. On top of this, the hotel is decked out with fully stocked pantries and mini bars, and food-themed design elements, including breathtaking artwork.

Credit: Epicurean

The Sky Plaza is one-acre, and features a Café, Swimming Pool, Events Lawn and Bar. The thoughtfully orchestrated setting is perfect to discover all of life’s flavors.

Their culinary legacy began in 1956 in Tampa, Florida.  An innovative vision with an uncompromising idea created what many agree is a global destination for epicurean pursuits. Channeling his principles and inspired by the philosophy of Epicurus, this new tradition has kicked off in Atlanta.


The Atlanta location occupies one of three towers located in the 1105 West Peachtree property. Atlanta-based interior design firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio were commissioned to design the hotel, reflecting the “urban foodie and wine lovers’ paradise.”

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There’s 178 guest rooms including 22 luxurious suite. The rooms will offer gorgeous views of the Atlanta skyline and boasts an incredible Midtown location.

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