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Nick Leahy dishes on closing Nick’s Westside, turning his attention to Vice Kitchen butcher

If the name Nick Leahy sounds familiar, it’s because he’s done it all. He ran Saltyard, the Brookwood small plate restaurant for many years in the 2010s, opened the now-defunct American pub the Usual in Brookwood, and launched fine dining French spot Aix and accompanying wine bar Tin Tin pre-Covid. In 2020, he transformed Aix and Tin Tin into a more casual restaurant called Nick’s Westside. Last week, Leahy shuttered Nick’s, choosing instead to spend more time with his family and turn his attention to other opportunities—namely, a butcher and retail spot in Johns Creek. Called Vice Kitchen, it is slated to open January 20 on Medlock Bridge Road.

Spring Bar is now open adjacent to Nick’s Westside

A new, seasonally changing bar has risen on the Westside. Formerly Tin Tin, Spring Bar is chef Nick Leahy’s latest creation, serving small plates and specialty cocktails inspired by the seasons.

Chef Nick Leahy is preparing to open the Usual, a neighborhood tavern in Brookwood Hills

Located in the Arya apartment building—not far from Leahy's former restaurant Saltyard—the Usual will serve "something for everyone."
11 dishes and drinks to make the most of strawberry season in Atlanta

11 dishes and drinks to make the most of strawberry season in Atlanta

Here are 11 dishes and drinks that have made the most of Georgia’s strawberry haul. Their season is fleeting, so you’ll have to hurry up if you want to catch these treats before they’re gone.
Nick's Westside

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Nick’s Westside, Mukja Korean Fried Chicken, and Elsewhere Brewing

A more casual (but still fancy) Westside watering hole, Korean fried chicken in Midtown, and beer and Argentinian food in Grant Park
Chicken Out

A new Atlanta restaurant delivers chicken any way you want it

Chef Nick Leahy launches a delivery-only concept, Chicken Out

Aix and Tin Tin will close, to be replaced by a more pandemic-friendly restaurant

Aix and its adjacent wine bar Tin Tin will close after service on Saturday. In their place, executive chef and partner Nick Leahy is creating what he hopes will be a neighborhood restaurant and bar, called Nick’s Westside

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