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Posted: 4:31 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

First Look: G’s Midtown, Midtown

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First Look: G’s Midtown, Midtown photo
Becky Stein
G’s Midtown iron skillet mac and steak is a grilled-to-order and sliced 8-ounce top sirloin with herb butter served over cheesy elbow macaroni and green beans. CONTRIBUTED BY BECKY STEIN

By Bob Townsend

For the AJC

Located on 10th Street in Midtown, Gilbert’s Cafe had been a longtime neighborhood favorite. Recently, though, owners Sean and Gilbert Yeremyan, who also own and operate HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern and 10th & Piedmont, decided it was time to make some changes, including updating the decor and the menu, and rebranding the concept as G’s Midtown.

The look: The configuration of the storefront space is mostly the same, with a cozy sunken dining room at street level, and a bar area steps above. New additions include metal accents, exposed bricks, butcher block tabletops and aluminum chairs, a concrete bar top, and multiple flat-screen TVs that project a sports pub glow.

The scene: One recent weeknight, a mostly male crowd occupied the bar area. In the dining room, a large party took over a couple of tables for a celebration, while several couples settled in for full course dinners with drinks, entrees and desserts.

The food: In describing the new menu, the brothers Yeremyan have used the “gastropub” word. Whatever you call it, the cooking mostly riffs on familiar fare. Grilled turkey “ribs” ($10) are glazed in a peach-soy sauce and presented like wings with blue cheese dressing. G’s pimento bacon cheeseburger ($10) comes with fried jalapenos and Parmesan truffle chips. G’s iron skillet mac and steak ($18) is a grilled-to-order and sliced 8-ounce top sirloin with herb butter served over cheesy elbow macaroni and green beans. A blackened mahi-mahi fillet ($16) is served over risotto and sauteed garlic spinach with white wine butter.

The drinks: A new chalkboard beer list posted on the back wall near the kitchen features a few drafts and a fairly large selection of canned offerings, from old school Bud Light ($3.75) to crafts like Westbrook White Thai ($5). Signature cocktails include Superfruit Peach Tea ($10), mixed with VeeV acai liqueur, Absolut Vodka, honey peach puree and iced tea. Adult milkshake specials ($9) combine booze and dessert in a glass topped with whipped cream and a cherry.

The extras: Look for events and promotions almost every night of the week, including karaoke Sundays and Wednesdays, trivia on Mondays, and $12.95 all-you-can-eat brunch on the weekends.


Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Sundays-Wednesdays; 5-11 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays. Brunch: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays. Bar open until 3 a.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays.

Snacks and small plates, $4-$17; sandwiches, $8-$10; entrees $14-$21; sides, $4-$6; sweets, $6-$8.

219 10th St., Atlanta. 404-872-8012,

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