NEW YORK CITY (TIP): Sandeep Kothary, owner of Indian restaurant Tabla , announced opening of a new Indian American fusion food restaurant in Midtown Atlanta, Inman Park, Atlanta on Nov. 8.
Named Amara, which means “eternal” in Hindi, the new food joint has 3,700-square-foot space, with design and decor similar to Tabla. It will seat roughly 150 people, and the kitchen will turn out “Indian-inspired American fare.”
Amara is located at 870 Inman Village Parkway. It has an open kitchen, a glass-backed bar and a patio. “The dishes are reflective of new, modern American sensibilities folded in with the bold flavors of India,” the restaurant’s website says.
Award-winning Chef Bhavesh Patel is known for creating memorable dining experiences. His unique creative flair and passion for food is seen in Amara’s presentation and tastes. Focusing on flavor, Patel starts with the freshest seasonal ingredients combining them with aromatic spices to create an approachable, yet exceptional meal.
The restaurant is open Tuesday through Thursday from 5 -10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 – 11 p.m. and Sunday from 5 – 9 p.m. It is closed on Monday.