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Kyma atlanta

Kyma atlanta

Kyma atlanta

One of the more unique environments in the area is the Kyma community, which is a non-profit school and intentional community dedicated to creativity and mindfulness.

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The health and safety of our guests and our staff are our priority. We are honoring and exceeding all mandated guidelines. - Optional Valet & Self-Parking are available. - All of our staff wear masks. - Guests are encouraged to wear masks upon entering and when walking through the restaurant. We will gladly offer our guests a mask if they do not have one. - Sanitizing stations are placed throughout the restaurant for staff and guests. - Tables are social distanced apart. - The bar area and all common areas are socially distanced. - Guest are given sanitizing wipes when their server first greets them once they are seated. - We use Single-Use Menus or QR codes. - Silverware is rolled up in a napkin. - Additional Silverware is brought in paper sleeves. - All contact surfaces are sanitized throughout service and each use, including salt shakers, condiment bottles, pens, tables, chairs, railings and doors. - Our staff’s temperatures are checked daily before working. - Our staff is mandatory tested for COVID-19 regularly. - Every night the facility is professionally treated for the elimination of the Covid-19 virus. The treatment uses the same disinfectant as the CDC recommends. - Online ordering for curbside pickup and delivery via Uber Eats, DoorDash & Postmates & GrubHub

Kyma isn’t a modern Mediterranean seafood tavern. No, Kyma is more than that. It is a modern Mediterranean seafood experience; a celebration of Greek culture and cuisine. Dine on meze and whole fish beneath a blanket of stars, or sip on scarce Greek wine varietals in a bar surrounded by sea glass and sea glitz. Kyma has it all. The scene, the service… (Source: www.atlantaeats.com)

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Potentially the BEST restaurant, chef, vibes, venue & overall experience of any establishment I've ever seen in Atlanta. Chef Pano is better than Gordon Ramsay... and WAY cooler. The service is spectacular (even during covid) the ambience is heavenly, the drinks are delicious and the food could make you scream. HIGHLY recommended fine dining staple in Buckhead.

The ocean-blue and gleaming-white temple known as Kyma, which means “wave” in Greek, is Buckhead Life Restaurant Group’s brightest star. You can make a feast out of chef Pano Karatassos’s nearly two-dozen shareable meze plates—in particular, wood-grilled octopus with olives and capers, white beans stewed with tomatoes, and lamb pie. If you want to splurge, choose one of the $40-per-pound whole fish that are so beautifully arranged in the restaurant’s display case they appear to be swimming through a sea of crushed ice. Finish with a honey-laced yogurt showered with candied walnuts. 3085 Piedmont Road, 404-262-0702, buckheadrestaurants.com/restaurant/kyma (Source: www.atlantamagazine.com)

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