VALENTINES DAY : We will be open for Dinner on Monday February 14th. In addition to our Cheese and Charcuterie Platters, we will be serving a Filet Mignon with Chateaubriand sauce, Magret Duck Breast in à l’orange sauce, Lamb Lollipops as an entree or appetizer, Salmon in a white cream sauce and a Vegan Fried Gnocchi in a Squash sauce. Entrees are Gluten Free and expect additional vegan appetizers and sides. Call or email us for reservations.
Winter menu includes our popular favorites of Boeuf Bourguignon and our vegan version, Seafood Newburg and our Classic Duck Breast but with a Kiwi/Strawberry Sauce and Seared Salmon with a Creamy Dill/Dijon sauce. Appetizers and sides include our Lamb Lollipops, Chickpeas and Spinach, Saffron Rice with Leeks, Scalloped Potatoes with Raclette Cheese, Baby Carrots and our Cheese/Charcuterie Platters.
Evenings at Petit Chou have returned We are open Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 PM – 10 PM. Dinner changes weekly. We have our Hanukkah menu until December 11th. For late December/January our winter menu return with items like a Duck Breast with an Orange, Ribeye or NY Strip Steak in a Blackberry/Port Wine reduction, a Vegan take on Beef Bourguignon, Traditional Beef Bourguignon, Seared Salmon w/ Soy Sauce, Scalloped Potatoes, Wild Mushrooms, Roasted Fall vegetables: Beets, Fennel, Squash and Broccoli , Cheese Platter, Charcuterie Platter and back by request Seafood Newburg as cup or bowl. Check out our last Dinner Menu.
Most of our sides are Vegan and if you know to ask your server, we have Lamb Lollipops.
And of course we are open for Brunch and Lunch daily from 9 AM to 3 PM.
A Landmark historic district in the city of Atlanta, Cabbagetown is a mill neighborhood of small bungalows and cottages. The focal point of the neighborhood is the repurposed Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill fronted by the small commercial area of Carroll Street.
Petit Chou is situated on the outer edge of Cabbagetown along Memorial Drive, a state highway. Back in the 50’s and 60’s most of the historic structures where bulldozed for mid modern commercial development along Memorial Drive.
According to the locals, our location was Cole’s and a boarding house. Cole’s was a neighborhood store and grill that served cokes, hot dogs and hamburgers to the patrons of the Fairview Movie Theatre across the street.
Our goal is to provide a welcome respite in the middle of the city. Nothing is random. We have a vision…
We are a neighborhood spot. The outside patio, garden area, and bar are designed to encourage different types of interaction. We envision the patio as an intimate location, the bar as place to meet and converse and the garden as a place of reflection.
Quality does not need to be expensive or pretentious. Yes, our ingredients are fresh and not frozen. Yes, we source from local suppliers and artisanal providers. Yes, our menu is not the standard fare. But our prices are mid range and we have specials to make Petit Chou an affordable spot. The fare will be interesting and enticing.
We intend to inspire loyalty by providing great service and consistently excellent offerings. We don’t need Loyalty cards or apps to bribe our customers, we remember who you are and that you want reasonable prices all of the time.
We are often confused. Why can’t a coffee shop also serve outstanding freshly prepared food? Why is it so hard to find healthy sides and salads to complement the main course?
Petit Chou will answer those questions and many more.
Our coffee is provided by PERC out of Savannah. We tried a number of providers but really liked them the best. We intend to stay open past 9 PM and will be opening early to accommodate folks in the area.
We do not have a walk in freezer, a deep fryer or a microwave. This limits what we can offer by choice and may limit quantities, but that’s okay. Your food will be freshly prepared and creative.
We want our meals to be balanced and healthy so we will be offering lots of vegetables and fruits. Also, expect and challenge us to integrate them into your entrees.