By Hope S. Philbrick
Going out to eat is back in style for the fully vaccinated. If you’re ready to once again dine at a restaurant, Seed Kitchen & Bar in Cobb County feels well worth the wait.
Seed Kitchen & Bar is a contemporary Southern restaurant in the best sense. The menu features some familiar favorite dishes and ingredients yet embraces fusion and doesn’t shy away from giving dishes unique twists. The place has a neighborly vibe, chef-driven menu, and showcases local ingredients, artisans, and producers. Servers are friendly, attentive, and eager to share enthusiasm for food/drink and social dining.
Chef Melissa Hart’s passion for flavor comes through each bite. As noted in press materials,” After graduating from Kenyon College with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Economics, Chef Hart couldn’t stay away from the kitchen, and attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park. While there, she distinguished herself as a top student and won the Management Award as well as the Kopf Student Achievement Award, earning her a two-month educational trip to study wine in California, Italy and France. After completing an externship under Jeremy Sewell of Boston’s Eastern Standard, she went onto hone her skills at some of Atlanta’s top restaurants, including Common Quarter and Local Three Kitchen & Bar, where she worked alongside noteworthy mentors Jeffrey Gardner and Chris Hall. In 2018, Chef Hart joined the talented team at Seed Kitchen & Bar as Sous Chef, and today, she proudly helms the kitchen as Executive Chef.”
Order whatever piques your fancy off the menu—it’s not like you can go wrong here. Every menu item we taste-tested impressed. Expect balanced flavors, expert execution, artful presentations, and pure deliciousness.
Run, don’t walk to Seed Kitchen & Bar. Any luck, we’ll see you there!
Seed Kitchen & Bar
1311 Johnson Ferry Rd., Suite 504
Marietta GA 30068
– Photos: chef, courtesy Green Olive Media for Seed Kitchen & Bar; food, © HSP Media LLC
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