Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall

Row 1

684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
$ $
Tue–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

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  • Try the shellfish roast served in a cast iron skillet with peel and eat shrimp, mussels, lamb sausage, cabbage, potatoes and grilled bread.
  • Diners can look forward to dishes like Navajo fry bread, fried smelt, and cheeseburgers on Schmidt's watch, plus simple cocktails and domestic, mostly Southeastern beers to wash it down.
  • Dog-friendly patio!
  • Get more bathrooms.
  • Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall features an outdoor patio and newly expanded green area called The Grove and both are dog-friendly.
  • The soon-to-open Grove portion of this BeltLine eatery will house an outdoor bar, tepees that seat four to six, Adirondack chairs, ping pong tables, and plenty of trail snacks.
  • Everything served here is as if you're out in the woods camping. Cast iron skillets, brown paper bags, it's packed on the weekends since it's right off the Beltline.
  • Extreme amount of yuppies. Highly recommend if that's your scene. Which I mean come on, it's your scene if you're here.
  • Sweet, spicy, crispy chicken biscuit - try it, you might like it.
  • At first was put off by their annoying fake vintage graphic design and how they called food and drinks "provisions" and "libations," but the food was good. I heard it is very crowded on Fri. and Sat.
  • Great spot along the beltline. During brunch get the Huntsman Platter for a great spread of breakfast meats, potatoes, eggs and biscuits. Will feed three to four easily.
  • Great scene and service. Jeremy is my fav bartender. Cannot order food on rocky area tho :(
  • More beer/snack place than full on dinner. Start here then go to Krog or Inman Park
  • Wow. Best woodsman brisket I've ever had. Also damn good camping style coffee.
  • Love their beer garden
  • Great outside area directly at the Beltline
  • The fried pickles and peppers were too good!!
  • Great location and fun setting, but drinks are too expensive and food just not that good.
  • Really nice people! I stopped in to get out of the rain storm and have drink...Nick offered me towels, popcorn, pork rinds, and great service!
  • Fantastic outdoor experience in nice weather. It's best described as a beergarden crossed with a dog park and classic American summer camp. Oh, and they have Tropicalia on draft.