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I wanted to tell you about the time I took a road trip to Atlanta, Florida and bonded with the youngest, most energetic signee to a girl group - Estrella, 23. (Please note: I'm not a reporter or publicist as a note to say this was a paid or biased piece).
Favorite Restaurant in Atlanta! I live in the area, and Estrella is by far one of the best places on the beltline.
Estrella is rooftop restaurant above Bazati. Located on the east side BeltLine of Bazati, we were voted "Best rooftop in Atlanta" by the AJC for our sweeping views of downtown. Come enjoy authentic cuisine from the Yucatán state of Mexico fuzed with Caribbean flavors. Our menu consists of dishes like Carne Asada, Red Snapper, Ceviche, Guacamole, and Esquites. Our drink menu is full of sparkling wines and Latin Cocktails like Pisco Sour, Margaritas, and Sangria. Come enjoy our gorgeous view! (Source: www.tripboba.com)
Located on top of the Parisian-styled market Bazati, set along the east-side Beltline, Estrella Rooftop brings a large slice of Latin-American vibes to the Poncey-Highland of Atlanta. (Source: www.therooftopguide.com www.therooftopguide.com))Just a few floors above street level, the spacious Estrella rooftop terrace still offers some panoramic views over the Atlanta skyline, as well as over the pedestrians strolling the Beltline trail below. (Source:
www.therooftopguide.com www.ajc.com))The name Estrella is Spanish for 'star', and Estrella Rooftop is really one of the stars on the Atlanta rooftop sky. Fun in atmosphere and with an upbeat energy, it is a great spot for beautiful sunset / night time bites and drinks with a group of frieEstrella, a Yucatan-inspired rooftop restaurant and lounge overlooking the Beltline's eastside trail, opened in late August, offering an airy, sophisticated mix of indoor and outdoor seating with views of the Atlanta skyline. (Source:nds. (Source:
www.ajc.com www.ajc.com))Guests climb two flights of stairs to arrive at Estrella, which owner Scott Wilkins describes as “an amalgam of South Beach meets 1950s Havana meets the YucatGuests climb two flights of stairs to arrive at Estrella, which owner Scott Wilkins describes as “an amalgam of South Beach meets 1950s Havana meets the Yucatan.” (Source:an.” (Source:
The bar at EsChef de cuisine Cam Floyd is in charge of the kitchen at Estrella, after spending time in Merida cooking with Solis at Nectar, and learning his recipes in order to execute them in Atlanta. (Source:trella. Photo credit - Mia Yakel. (Source: www.ajc.com www.ajc.com wThe Estrella patio looks out on the Atlanta skyline. Photo credit - Mia Yakel. (Source:ww.ajc.com)))
Last week, Wilkins and Floyd sat down at the bar to talk about how Estrella came about. (Source: www.ajc.com The Estrella patio looks out on the Atlanta skyline. Photo credit - Mia Yakel. (Source:www.ajc.com))
Owner Scott Wilkins (left), and Chef de Cuisine Cam Floyd (right) at the bar at Estrella. Photo credit- Mia Yakel. (Source: www.ajc.com)