Restaurant Review – Little Alley Steak, Steakhouse | Atlanta Eats

Trust us — you won’t regret splurging on the fine protein cuts, market fresh sea fare, phenomenal charcuterie, and five-star wines and spirits at Little Alley Steak. Local restaurateurs, Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac (Opulent, Salt Factory Pub) designed the interior of this relaxed-yet-refined epicurean steakhouse in the style of 19th century American stockyards. With plenty of refurbished brick and reclaimed wood, Little Alley Steak is right at home in the heart of Roswell’s historic Canton Street.

And with plenty of diversity on the menu, Roswell is right at home in the heart of Little Alley Steak.

No, this is no average “all-American” steakhouse. Sure, the exclusive butcher cuts — each handpicked particularly for Little Alley — are from Chicago. Sure, you’ll find Maine lobst-ah on the menu. Alaskan King Crabs. Domestic Kobe Beef. But between Azhari’s Moroccan heritage and executive chef Bob McDonough’s knowledge of conventional French technique, you’ll also find such culturally creative menu items as Porcini-Crusted Scallops, Moroccan-Style Shrimp, and Tandoori-Spiced Tofu Steak.

One more thing we simply must mention: the whiskey. The unbelievable Bourbon list. Oh, and the wine, the wine! An oenophile’s delight.

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