Redesigned to increase the space’s versatility, Terraces Restaurant at the Georgia World Congress Center has been reinvented as Social Table, a new flexible eatery concept featuring a massive full-service bar, quick-service grille, grab-and-go-stations, build-your-own salad bar, a variety of seating options, USB ports and complimentary WiFi, TV lounge and more.
A collaboration between the Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA), food services partner Levy Restaurants and architectural and design firm ai3, this $3 million makeover created a sleek, modern gathering spot that’s bright and airy, incorporating pops of color and featuring a rotating menu that highlights Southern cuisine.
Menu items include flatbreads, wood-fired pizzas, burgers (beef and turkey), grilled chicken sandwiches, three types of barbecue – chopped pork, pulled chicken and sliced beef brisket – and breakfast items, along with on-the-go fare such as energy/snack bars, vitamin water, and bistro boxes.
The bar includes Southern twists on cocktail classics, such as The Southern Mule, a below-the-Mason-Dixon-Line version of the Moscow Mule. Also on the bar menu are local and Georgia-based craft beers including selections from Atlanta’s Sweetwater Brewing Company, Alpharetta’s Jekyll Brewing Company and Terrapin Beer Company out of Athens.
Located in a prime foot-traffic hub near the International Boulevard entrance of the GWCC’s Building B, Social Table’s offerings can be adjusted to suit the needs of individual trade shows, conventions and expos taking place in the convention center, and hours of operation will complement events happening on the GWCCA campus.