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Boccalupo restaurant review, Inman Park

20-yolk tagliatelle (credit: Becky Stein)

20-yolk tagliatelle (credit: Becky Stein)

In tomorrow’s AJC, I have a review of Boccalupo, the new restaurant from Bruce Logue. I gave it a grade of four stars.

Logue, an Atlanta native, introduced our town to his brand of Italian-American cooking at La Pietra Cucina. Before that, he honed his skills at Mario Batali’s Babbo in New York City and spent eight months cooking his way through Italy with the country’s top chefs.

While training and sourcing contribute to Logue’s success and reputation as prince of pasta, his cooking resonates on a deeper level than can be reached by technical skill and ingredients alone. This chef cooks with an honesty like few others. You’ll taste it in the soul-settling depths of his dishes.

Subscribers can read the full review on myajc.com.

–by Jenny Turknett, Food and More blog

6 comments Add your comment

Atlantan

September 12th, 2013
9:05 pm

4-Stars – can’t wait to try it out.

noelle

September 13th, 2013
10:37 am

Love this place- Well deserved 4 stars.

Baltisraul......

September 13th, 2013
12:16 pm

Don’t see many 4* around here. Looks like a great place to try and very soon.

btn

September 13th, 2013
11:38 pm

I had the pleasure of dining there last week. As fan’s of his work at LPC, it exceeded our expectations. Look forward to many more meals there down the road.

MyAJC Blows

September 16th, 2013
11:01 am

A real shame your review is limited to MyAJC subscribers. I’m not one, won’t be one, and thusly miss out on Mr. Kessler’s reviews. Oh well. Boccalupo is a place I wanted to try before the review I will never see, so I’ll try it in any event. Cheers.

donkey200

September 16th, 2013
12:13 pm

I’m with you “MyAJCBlows”.