Eat 'n Sleep in Atlanta :: FAB And Indigo
Our Eat 'n Sleep feature profiles a restaurant in a random city and a hotel nearby. It's kinda like that old show "Dinner and a Movie" but you know, with restaurant and hotels. And better jokes.
Downtown Atlanta's Brasserie Le Coze has reopened as French American Brasserie, or "FAB" as it begs to be called. Chef Kaighn B. Raymond prepares classic French cuisine with an American twist. Take the spiral staircase past the private dining room and up to the canopied rooftop for a smoke and a view of the city skyline.
Stuffed with foie gras like a force-fed turkey, head to bed at nearby Hotel Indigo Atlanta. The hotel has a bright, colorful, country feel while still putting out the Zen-like vibe that's sweeping the hospitality industry. Indigo takes its aesthetics seriously, according to its site:
The hotel design is based on the universal design constant called the Golden Mean, or PHI. This mathematical ratio of 1.618 is found in nature and throughout Hotel Indigo. The nautilus shell used in the logo and in the shape of the front desk is a great example of perfect proportion, a home.
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