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TINY LOU'S

The Fairlane Hotel is a luxe 81-room boutique hotel bringing back the style and personality of the 1960’s. A true midcentury-style gem where service reigns supreme and timeless design details set the stage for culturally expressive travelers seeking upscale accommodations… with just the right amount of luxury. A vibrant social scene, the buzzing lobby becomes the hub for power lunches and after work drinks, anchored by the first outpost of popular NYC-based Mile End delicatessen, and a lobby bar, along with Union Teller Coffee Counter. Ellington’s Mid Way Bar & Grill, a cultural outpost located on the 4th floor of the hotel, serves casual, all-American classics for lunch and dinner, and features a beautiful wraparound terrace with plush seating and cozy fire pits that beckon both views and vibe. The 4,000-square foot penthouse is a destination in itself, decked to the nines with 1970’s flair and a wraparound terrace that provides the best views of Music City.

TINY LOU’S | Atlanta, GA

789 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306

Named after the popular 1950s dancer in the Clermont Motor Hotel’s “Gypsy Room,” Tiny Lou’s is a swinging French-American brasserie located downstairs at Hotel Clermont. Presenting a palate-pleasing approach to French favorites, executive chef, Jeb Aldrich uses seasonal and local provisions that are complemented by a French-focused wine list.

The food at Tiny Lou’s reads like a rugged love letter to French-American coziness — something like what one might cook for a lover — giddy, profoundly satisfying, conspiratorial — as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin. Cooking like this is sometimes called comfort food, but a better word might be ‘restorative’ food. They should be able to write prescriptions for this stuff — food as medicine — a meal to make you feel restored, triumphant, split wide-open, at any hour, even against bad odds.