Aix & Tin Tin starts new lunch service

The sister restaurants Aix & Tin Tin are offering a brand new lunch service that will satisfy Atlanta’s yearning for fine wine and food. Chef Nick Leahy is renowned for providing the Westside community with a mix of French and local dishes out of his restaurant and wine bar on Brady Avenue.

AIX & Tin Tin has a distinctive cozy ambiance that utilizes a mixture of rustic wood surfaces and soft colors, heavily inspired by the small town of Aix-en-Provence. This authentically crafted menu includes new drinks, seasonal salads, cheese board, and their signature “ Pan Bagnat” or stuffed baguettes served with house chips and a seasonal salad.

Last Monday marked the first day that the new weekday lunch menu, which runs from 11am-3:30pm, became available for patrons. In order to make it easier for patrons to choose their perfect meal, the options from both establishments are available on one menu.

For an unmatched lunch experience try the Provencal Hanger Steak sandwich paired with a glass of 2016 Charles Pere & Fille.

Anyone that craves the comfort French food with a farm to table approach should stop by from 11 am to 3:30pm on Monday through Friday.

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956 Brady Ave NW
Ste 100Atlanta, GA 30318
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