828 Ralph McGill Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30306
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Inventive. Global. Vibrant. Engaging.

Bully Boy, the BeltLine restaurant from Concentrics Restaurants and Chef Michael Bertozzi, offers Eastern seaboard fare from its farms, rivers and coastal waters with an approach that has far reaching influences. Fare is paired with a nostalgic cocktail list and local and coastal craft brews. The wine program was curated by Advanced Sommelier Justin Amick of Painted Hospitality and offers a focused selection of global classics and relevant surprises. Bully Boy is a destination restaurant located in the Old Fourth Ward next to TWO urban licks, in between The Telephone Factory and Common Grounds, right down the BeltLine from Ponce City Market.

The Chefs

Acclaimed executive chefs Michael Bertozzi and Matt Weinstein have joined forces to create unparalleled dining experiences at Bully Boy, Concentrics Restaurants newest Atlanta restaurant. Veterans of the culinary industry, the duo has a long history of working together and both share a passion for using innovative cooking techniques, the fusion of different cultures and creating dishes that feature the freshest and finest seasonal ingredients. Bertozzi, is also the Executive Chef of neighboring TWO urban licks, one of the country’s hottest restaurants and a recipient of Condè Nast Traveler’s “Hot List”, Bon Appetit’s “Hot 50 Tables” and one of Rachael Ray’s “favorite restaurants” in the country. The popular dining and drinking staple continues to prove success under Bertozzi’s tutelage and has become known for its fiery American cuisine and impressive wine and cocktail program. Weinstein, who has worked at some of Atlanta’s top restaurants, also boasts numerous accolades including being named a Rising Star by Restaurant Informer, a Chef to Watch by Creative Loafing and being honored as one of Zagat’s 30 Under 30. Together, they churn out exciting, yet approachable, cuisine night after night.

Bully Boy


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