Complimentary appetizers. We are on the rooftop – but don’t worry about rain. Rain or shine, we have the party – the management has made arranegements for us should it rain.
There is an art to simplicity and being able to take the time to enjoy good food and company. No one understands that better than French American Brasserie. Atlanta’s favorite brasserie, previously known as Brasserie Le Coze, has returned to the city in a beautiful new space that resembles a majestic grand brasserie from centuries past
Under the direction of our Executive Chef, you’ll feast on classic French cuisine and American chops in the main dining room or perhaps you’ll take the stately grand spiral staircase to the private dining floor or to enjoy a cocktail on our canopied rooftop terrace overlooking the city skyline. French American Brasserie invites you to take time to indulge in the joie de vivre…
French American Brasserie is located in the Southern Company building at 30 Allen Plaza in downtown Atlanta and is steps away from Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium and theGeorgia world congress center.History:French American Brasserie continues the tradition of Atlanta’s Brasserie Le Coze. Brasserie Le Coze was originally the sister restaurant to Le Bernardin, the highly-acclaimed New York restaurant owned by siblings Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze. Fabrice Vergez, a native of France, has worked with the Le Coze family since 1986, and moved to Atlanta to open and manage Brasserie Le Coze in 1994.
After more than 10 years of managing the restaurant, Vergez bought what became Atlanta’s favorite brasserie. With the expansion of Neiman Marcus at Lenox Square, Brasserie Le Coze was forced to close. With its closing, Vergez decided to move the restaurant downtown and provide Atlanta with an authentic French brasserie experience. The idea of French-American Brasserie was born.