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Native Noshing: Review of Cotton Calf Kitchen
Located in the heart of Braselton’s Historic Downtown District, as part of the former Braselton Bros. Department Store Complex, Cotton Calf Kitchen has been wowing patrons since its opening in September 2015. This sinfully Southern steakhouse brings a cosmopolitan ambiance to the suburbs with a full bar, chic dining room and engaging open kitchen as skilled chefs go about their work to the deligof onlookers. The servers give new meaning to the phrase “Southern Hospitality” as they make each guest feel right at home, extolling the many virtues of the specials of the day.
Showcasing perfectly prepared steaks and chops at the core of its menu, patrons can choose anything from the diminutive 8 oz. Petite Filet Mignon to the gargantuan 32 oz. Dry Aged Tomahawk Ribeye or 48 oz. Porterhouse for Two. The lamb chops are also highly touted for their flavor. Seeking something other than red meat? You might want to try the Baked Chilean Sea Bass, Wild Alaskan Salmon Filet in White Wine Butter Sauce, or 20 oz. and tender Garlic Butter Chicken. But let’s begin at the beginning! Not-to-be-missed appetizers include the Oysters Rockefeller, Colossal Lump Crab Cake or – if you’re not in the mood for seafood – Bourbon Glazed Thick Cut Bacon. As for soups and salads, the Lobster Bisque and Cotton Calf Kitchen Chopped Salad aim to please every time. The sides at Cotton Calf Kitchen are ideal for sharing. Choose from such delectable dishes as Lyonnaise Potatoes, Southwest Cream Corn, Grilled Asparagus, Creamed Spinach, Truffle Potato Wedges and more.
Be sure to save room for dessert – with such decadent delights as Pecan Pie Tart, Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee with Fresh Raspberries, and New York Cheesecake with Fresh Berries – just to name a few! In need of an adult beverage? Cotton
Calf Kitchen provides an extensive wine list, in addition to beer, bourbon, scotch, whisky and a number of classic and dessert cocktails.
In addition to dinner daily, Cotton Calf Kitchen offers lunch on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and brunch on Sundayfrom 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The rest of the week, the bar opens at 4 p.m. and dinner service starts at 5 p.m. To learn more about Cotton Calf Kitchen, peruse their full menu and book a reservation online, please visit www.cottoncalf.com. The best part is that Cotton Calf Kitchen is located about 5 miles from Traditions of Braselton! It is one of the many local eateries and retailers in Historic Downtown Braselton that make being part of this community so superlative. Shopping, dining and attending events in Braselton is an extension of the truly distinctive lifestyle you’ll find only at Traditions of Braselton – an 1140-acre amenity-rich master-planned community in Jackson County. Boasting everyday luxury in a country club setting, homes in Traditions of Braselton range from the High $200s to $700+. To get a true “taste” of what it might be like to live in Traditions of Braselton, while away the day touring available homes, home sites and outstanding amenities like our Owners Clubhouse, Junior Olympic-sized Pool, Tennis Complex and 18-hole – and then enjoy dinner at Cotton Calf Kitchen to discuss which home will be your forever home.
Getting to Traditions of Braselton is easy! From Atlanta, take I-85 North to exit 129. Turn Right onto Hwy 53/Green Street. Travel 0.3 miles and turn left on Lewis Braselton Blvd. After 4.7 miles, turn right into the community onto Traditions Way. Take the third exit at the roundabout to DeLaperriere Loop and our Discovery Center will be on your left. To schedule a tour of homes and get matched with one of our resident Ambassadors, call us at 706-664-2830. Learn more at DiscoverTraditionsBraselton.com!
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