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Cuts Brings Retro Flair to the Downtown Steakhouse

January 28,2014

From www.atlantamagazine.com

Hoping to bring Southern and ethnic flavors as well as a retro flair to the traditional corporate steakhouse, Cuts Steakhouse opened in Downtown Atlanta earlier this month. Created by the owner of Truva, Muzo Saritas, Cuts is located in the space formerly home to the Turkish restaurant, on the lower level of 60 Andrew Young International Blvd NE. Rather than close to make room for Cuts, Truva has simply moved upstairs into an area previously used for private parties.

Though the restaurants are affiliated and share a kitchen, the similarities end there. Decorated in black, red, and white, Cuts is separated into several different areas. There's an intimate dining room, a semi-private room that seats eighty to one hundred, and a sports bar with TVs displaying sports games.

Hoping to bring Southern and ethnic flavors as well as a retro flair to the traditional corporate steakhouse, Cuts Steakhouse opened in Downtown Atlanta earlier this month. Created by the owner of Truva, Muzo Saritas, Cuts is located in the space formerly home to the Turkish restaurant, on the lower level of 60 Andrew Young International Blvd NE. Rather than close to make room for Cuts, Truva has simply moved upstairs into an area previously used for private parties.

Though the restaurants are affiliated and share a kitchen, the similarities end there. Decorated in black, red, and white, Cuts is separated into several different areas. There's an intimate dining room, a semi-private room that seats eighty to one hundred, and a sports bar with TVs displaying sports games.

- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2014/01/27/cuts-brings-retro-flair-to-the-downtown-steakhouse#sthash.7vyv46G7.dpuf

Hoping to bring Southern and ethnic flavors as well as a retro flair to the traditional corporate steakhouse, Cuts Steakhouse opened in Downtown Atlanta earlier this month. Created by the owner of Truva, Muzo Saritas, Cuts is located in the space formerly home to the Turkish restaurant, on the lower level of 60 Andrew Young International Blvd NE. Rather than close to make room for Cuts, Truva has simply moved upstairs into an area previously used for private parties.

Though the restaurants are affiliated and share a kitchen, the similarities end there. Decorated in black, red, and white, Cuts is separated into several different areas. There's an intimate dining room, a semi-private room that seats eighty to one hundred, and a sports bar with TVs displaying sports games.

- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2014/01/27/cuts-brings-retro-flair-to-the-downtown-steakhouse#sthash.7vyv46G7.dpuf