The new Solís Two Porsche Drive hotel will have bars, restaurants to rev your engine over

The Porsche Experience includes rides on their test track. / BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM

There’ll soon be two new spots to fill up your tank near the airport.

Solis Two Porsche Drive, the forthcoming Porsche hotel set to open next month, will feature dining and beverage concepts in addition to 24-hour in-room dining service.

Located on the lobby level, Apron, a full-service restaurant and bar, will offer regional Mediterranean cuisine with dishes including piri-piri prawns with potato gnocchi, grilled okra and Pomodoro; octopus terrine with Marcona almonds, boquerones, pickled Fresnos, marinated olives, Meyer lemon, Espelette and Romesco; grilled branzino with charred lemon, Piquillo and red onion pepperonata, crispy capers and patatas bravas; and harissa-rubbed striped bass with smoked eggplant mousse, fennel pickle, marinated baby heirloom tomatoes and Chermoula sauce. Seasonally rotating specials will also be on the menu, and a variety of wine, beer and cocktails will comprise the beverage list.

The hotel will also see the opening of rooftop bar Overdrive Lounge, which will feature signature cocktails, live music and happy hour sessions, as well as a small menu with tapas, shared plates and flights of sliders and beverages.

The 100-seat Apron will also feature an outdoor dining area with views of the Porsche Experience Center and the nearby Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Derrick Green, who has worked in restaurants at several hotels including Ritz-Carlton properties in Orlando, Palm Beach, Fla. and Buckhead, will serve as the executive chef.

 

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