@LureATL’s David Bradley Featured in @ATLBotanical Fresh Plate Series

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Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Outdoor Kitchen

The Atlanta Botanical Gardens will kick off its Fresh Plate Series on Wednesday, May 15 from 6:30-8:30 as Lure’s own Executive Chef, David Bradley, will prepare a 4-part plating of his most popular dishes.  These delicious fixings will be cooked in the Edible Outdoor Kitchen at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and will feature ingredients straight from the edible garden.

Chef David Bradley will prepare these small plates:
–        Herb and lettuces salad with lime vinaigrette, pumpkin seeds and candied ginger
–        Pan-fried soft shell crabs with green garlic tartar sauce
–        Grilled spring Vidalia onions with buttermilk, smoked Georgia rainbow trout and dill
–        Grilled Atlantic salmon with Lure’s bacon, oyster mushrooms, butterbeans and aged balsamic vinegar

The price is $54 per session for those who are not members of the ABG; the price is only $49 per session for members.  This year’s Fresh Plate Series will run on the third Wednesday or fourth Tuesday of May through October.

Interested parties may only register over the phone by calling 404.876.5859 ext 2558.  Registration is currently open, and closes one week before each session.

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About Fifth Group Restaurants

Fifth Group Restaurants owns and operates Atlanta favorites, South City Kitchen Midtown, South City Kitchen Vinings, La Tavola, Ecco, El Taco, Alma Cocina, Lure and Bold American Events.
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