“Crafting hand cut pastas”
Tucked away in Atlanta’s historic Inman Park neighborhood is BoccaLupo, an Italian-American eatery owned by Atlanta-native chef, Bruce Logue. An intimate restaurant, BoccaLupo offers seating for 40 inside and patio dining for 18 guests. Currently focusing on extruded and rolled, hand-cut pastas, Logue and chef de cuisine Ben Clayton are crafting “new” classics.
If you're in the mood for pasta, there's no better destination than chef (and Babbo alum) Bruce Logue's BoccaLupo, set in an old bungalow in a residential section of Inman Park. Logue has embraced his Georgia home with dishes like a Southern ramen with boiled peanuts and a pork-collard green broth.
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- Mon - Thu: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
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