Overlooking The St. Regis Atlanta’s magnificent hotel lobby and crystal chandelier, Astor Court is a warm, welcoming space bathed in rich persimmon and flaxen hues. Bespoke furnishings and exquisite art contribute to its residential atmosphere, imparting the notion that guests are in a grand private home. Natural light filters through tailored silk drapery as vibrant potted greenery lends to a refined ambience reminiscent of a stately European conservatory.
Boasting swift, attentive service, the utmost privacy, and an easily accessible location, Astor Court invites hotel guests and local residents to experience a menu to please all tastes. A variety of healthy selections, traditional favorites, signature Southern dishes, and cherished libations are offered.
Astor Court is named after Colonel John Jacob Astor IV, the visionary founder of St. Regis. A timeless St. Regis tradition, afternoon tea follows the legacy of Caroline Astor’s dignified gatherings of intimate friends.
Developed by famed Atlanta chef and restaurateur Gerry Klaskala and the Tavistock Group, Atlas Buckhead was designed by the acclaimed Johnson Studio and is decorated with more than two dozen paintings from noted artists of The Lewis Collection. This chef-driven restaurant celebrates the best of seasonal American cuisine—with a focus on fresh ingredients from local farms—and intelligently blends in European influences. A private dining space can accommodate up to 12 guests.
Favorites available at the Poolside Café and Bar include the juicy pulled pork sandwich, a satisfying bbq chicken quesadilla, the signature St. Regis Atlanta beef burger with perfect fries and a fresh shrimp cocktail with spicy cocktail sauce.
Just as the King Cole Bar in New York is known for its famous mural, The St. Regis Bar in Atlanta features an original mural of a Phoenix rising from the ashes.
Each St. Regis Hotel bar creates a signature Bloody Mary. The tradition stems from 1934, when Fernand Petoit became a bartender at The St. Regis Hotel New York, bringing with him a vodka and tomato juice drink he started making in Paris. Since the name "Bloody Mary" was deemed inappropriate for the King Cole's elegant clientele, it was christened the "Red Snapper." While the name may not have stood the test of time, Fernand's spicy concoction certainly has, and it remains the signature cocktail of the St Regis. At the St. Regis Atlanta, it's called the "West Paces Mary"—our own special version of the classic with a unique blend of spices and a pickled green tomato garnish. Just as the provenance of the evening belongs to Champagne, the daytime belongs to the Bloody Mary.
The St. Regis Wine Room offers personalized tastings around a mahogany marble-topped sommelier counter. Guests may enjoy wine flights and tasting menus at their leisure. The room is also available for private functions.