When I walked into Atlantic No. 5 on Main Street, I immediately felt like I was in New York City. The aesthetic of the restaurant is so different, so unique. Set in a beautiful, renovated space on Main Street, you would walk right past it if you were not looking for it. It has a small dignified sign, no flashing lights or neon.
The inside is beautiful, bright and clean. This is a great place to grab a cup of coffee, meet with a client, have breakfast or lunch. I think I could set up a StyleBlueprint adjunct office here and stay all day.
Atlantic No. 5 is the sister restaurant to Rye. This explains the great menu.
The menu covers the wall, so much so that I had to divide it into two shots.
We were there for an early lunch, but the coffee bar is active all day.
Even their coffee mugs reflect the aesthetic of clean, crisp lines.
There is a large refrigerated counter with all the salads and sandwiches to peruse before you order.
I had to get a close-up of the grilled cheese, which is prepared with white cheddar and goat cheeses, then toasted when you order and topped with balsamic onion and marmalade.
This is a heaping serving platter of the tabbouleh salad with bulgar wheat, cucumber, tomato, parsley, couscous, scallion, sunflower seeds, lemon yogurt and sriracha.
We got the special, which was a bulgur salad and a cup of roasted red bell pepper soup.
I had the Cobb Salad with Green Goddess dressing. (They had me at Green Goddess dressing.)
House-made desserts are prepared daily and looked oh, so lovely.
Atlantic No. 5 is located at 600 West Main Street, between 6th and 7th. They are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They have a breakfast and lunch menu, plus a coffee menu and beer and wine. Click here to visit their website: www.atlanticno5.com
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