Chef-owner Jason Hill of Atlanta's long-loved favorite, Wisteria, and the Wisteria team have opened Folk Art, a "feel good" breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch eatery located in Inman Park, on the same corridor as sister restaurant Wisteria.
Folk Art is a breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch spot specializing in all-day diner-style favorites such as chicken-and-waffles; eggs any style; jumbo biscuits with house made jellies or sausage gravy; signature roasted pork chili; fried chicken sandwiches; six types of brunch-style eggs Benedict; huge cobb salad; burgers; and desserts made daily.
Folk Art offers a full bar with specialty cocktails such as "Mr. Sunshine," a mixture of gin, orange juice, lemon juice and ginger syrup; and the "What's Up Doc" concocted of vodka, carrot juice, apple cider, fresh ginger. Located just a few doors down from Wisteria on Highland Avenue, Folk Art's charming brick facade, tile roof and quaint row of antique theatre seats mark the entrance to its corner storefront.
Inside, brick walls covered in rustic bric-a-brac, weathered wood floors and reclaimed tables and chairs create a cozy Americana setting. A wall of vintage steel-framed windows divides the main dining room from a smaller sun room area, while a counter provides diners with a full view of the busy kitchen.