Located in Decatur GA (home of peach cobbler and Equifax!), The Pinewood Tippling Room offers guests the opportunity to experience a variety of Southern classics such as waffles and chicken with cheddar, crystal chicken gravy, and herb waffle, lady pea succotash, salmon with grilled corn, crispy prosciutto, and goat cheese mousse. The industrial-chic spot also offers a variety of delicious cocktails including grains of paradise, velvet falernum, lime, ginger, and forest bourbon among others.
Using hand cracking techniques, chisels, and electric chainsaws, mixologist Julian Goglia of The Pinewood Tippling Room and his crew extract extra-large cubes from huge blocks in an awe-inspiring ice program. From behind the bar, they incorporate the carefully shaped cubes into signature and classic cocktails — from Moscow mules to old fashioneds — crafted with housemade syrups, top-shelf spirits, tinctures, and sodas. To complement these drinks, Mike Blydenstein, the Executive Chef at The Pinewood Tippling Room uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients to reinterpret regional cuisine and make Southern comfort food from scratch. The Pinewood Tippling Room’s traditional-meets-modern include fingerling potato hash with crunchy buttermilk chicken and house slaw with cornmeal-crusted oysters.
The Pinewood Tippling Room offers a wide selection of delicious treats on their brunch menu. Naturally, “The Usual” is one of the most popular selections for brunch. This selection goes for $9 and comprises home fries, buttermilk biscuit, applewood smoked bacon, and two eggs. You could easily have this combination every day of the week and not get bored.
The Huevo Rancheros Verdes goes for $11 and features a wonderful combination of corn tortillas, red beans, cotija cheese, slow-simmered pork, green chili, and two poached eggs. The wild mushroom omelet goes for $10 and features home fries, swiss cheese, and wild mushrooms. Another selection that promises to delight your palate is the $14 Crabby Benny. This selection features persillade, sauce choron, English muffin, jumbo lump crab meat, and two poached eggs. The pain Purdu goes for $10 and features chantilly cream, spicy Georgia peaches, whipped butter, and bourbon crusted French toast.
If you’re up for some chicken during brunch, the $10 chicken Ciabatta sandwich will more than suffice. The chicken ciabatta sandwich features a delightful combination of tater tots, remoulade, baby head lettuce, red onion, vine ripe tomato, roasted chili, cheddar cheese, and grilled chicken breast. The chicken cordon bly is also quite delightful. This selection goes for $10 and features home fries, crystal chicken gravy, swiss cheese, sliced ham, crispy chicken, herb waffle, and savory cheddar. Craving something with pork? Try the $12 house-smoked pork belly hash. This combination features smoked swiss cheese, red bliss potatoes, tri-colored peppers, two scrambled eggs, and a smoked pork belly.
Fancy a cheeseburger? Why not try the Pinewood cheeseburger? The selection goes for $12 and wonderfully blends tater tots, bacon, remoulade, and comes fully dressed and double stacked to ensure that you have a wholesome meal. The smoked Carolina trout goes for $12 and features creamy caesar dressing and grilled Romaine hearts. Also worth a try, is the $7 heirloom tomato Caprese which features basil pesto and fresh mozzarella.