Alma Cocina

191 Peachtree Street NE AtlantaGA30303
Closed
Sunday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Monday
11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday
11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm-11:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(154)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Description

Alma Cocina introduces Atlanta to a refreshing new approach to contemporary Mexican cuisine. Bright, fresh ingredients and traditional regional influences come together with other Latin American flavors in vibrant fresh dishes that feel familiar and new all at once. We also feature the most unique tequila selections and a host of innovative Latin-influenced cocktails beyond a superior margarita.
by showmelocal on November 29, 2013 from showmelocal

Tips

Upscale Mexican fusion from Fifth Group; brisket enchiladas were awesome, as was their mole! Great addition to the lack of good spots in the area.
by Citysearch on December 15, 2013 from Citysearch
Parking is free but tricky to fine. Swing behind the building to Peachtree Center Avenue and ring the buzzer after hours.
by Citysearch on December 15, 2013 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Alma Cocina Restaurant Review:
Alma Cocina fills the lobby of one of downtown Atlanta’s skyscrapers. The restaurant has a sort of faux patio and also offers seating in a dimly lit space supervised by the taxidermied head of a long-horned steer. The kitchen occupies territory to the rear of the dining room, and through a wavy amber glass, one can see chefs darting about their chores. As for the Mexican cuisine, anything from...
by gayot on September 17, 2016 from gayot
In the heart of tourist row, lies something truly Authentic. A latin star has been born in the form of Alma Cocina downtown. A destination for night out of tapas and artisan libations; the salsa sampler with its surprising mix of chicharrones, yucca & corn chips & an array of ceviches reject what we've come to think of as authentic regional cuisine. Take note though, a designated driver might be handy as well when it comes to AC's own tequila, a hand-picked blend concocted on trips down south.
by Broderick Smylie on December 15, 2013 from Citysearch
Where to Eat and Drink in Atlanta During Dragon Con:
This weekend, an anticipated 50,000 attendees converge on downtown Atlanta for the 26th annual Dragon Con. Whether you're donning a Stormtrooper costume yourself or coming to admire the pageantry and snap some fun photos, one thing is certain— you're going to want a drink (and, probably, something to eat) while you're there. As always, Eater is here for you with your best bests for eating and...
by eater on August 29, 2013 from eater
See Blais at the Spence and Flip; Tamale Tuesdays at Alma:
BLAIS WATCH— Atlanta ex-pat Richard Blais will actually be at his local restaurants in a few days: "Hey Atlanta ! ( Harry Caray voice ) I'll be at @TheSpenceATL Saturday & Monday nights and @FlipBurger Buckhead Monday night! Come say hello!" The chef has moved out to San Diego, where he's opening a place called Juniper & Ivy. [Twitter]
by eater on August 02, 2013 from eater

Information from the business

Food plays an essential role in our lives. Alma Cocina which means soul kitchen, takes you through a culinary journey of Latin America. Introducing contemporary Mexican cuisine with a fresh spin that blends all the other flavors of South America, the menu created by chef Chad Clevenger is delightfully refreshing. From street fare to fine dining, Alma Cocina will wow even the most discerning...
by yahoolocal on October 18, 2016 from yahoolocal