Dining: Largos in Cartersville taking reservations starting today with an atmosphere, menu that reminds us of Aventine. Differences: Lunch and brunch as well as dinner.

Dining: Largos in Cartersville taking reservations starting today with an atmosphere, menu that reminds us of Aventine. Differences: Lunch and brunch as well as dinner.

 

Cartersville’s newest restaurant is taking reservations starting today. Largos, from the Holts who helped create the nearby¬†Drowned Valley Brewery, is just about ready.

The restaurant, at 214 E. Cherokee Ave. just off Tennessee Street, describes itself as follows:

“Welcome to Largos, where we move at a steady pace with a dignified style to bring you all the fresh tastes of wine country cuisine. Northern California is an area known for its welcoming atmosphere, full of some of the top wineries and cuisine in the world. We are pleased to bring this unparalleled experience to downtown Cartersville for you to enjoy.”

It appears very similar to what Kevin Dillmon has done with Aventine in Rome’s River District in atmosphere, menu and pricing.

What to know so far about Largos:

  • The menu: There actually are five of them¬† — from lunch, dinner, brunch, charcuterie board and dessert. You can access a compliation here and note the drink menus included. In addition to signtures entrees, note the sides as well (Brussel sprouts rule!)
  • Hours: 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday; until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and brunch from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Sunday.
  • Contacts: Website / Facebook / Phone: 478-888-4220. Reservations via Open Table.

Background: Largos is the next offering in the expanding Cherokee/Tennessee district on the eastern edge of downtown Cartersville. Anchored by Drown Valley Brewery, Game of Throwns also is on the way. Please see our update from earlier this week by clicking Hot Spot.

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