The newly opened restaurant sits on the complex of the Company’s $100 million Porsche Experience Center and headquarters and features locally sourced organic ingredients and diverse global cuisine.
Located on the second level, the restaurant offers a panoramic view of the 1.6-mile driver development track as well as Runway 826 right at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The seasonal menu showcases world cuisine made with locally farmed and foraged ingredients. A vast wine selection pays tribute to the great winegrowing regions of the world. Classically-focused cocktails are available for those favoring tradition.
“Atlanta is a city known for its diverse tapestry and international cuisine,” said Andre Oosthuizen, vice president of marketing for Porsche Cars North America, Inc.. “At Restaurant 356, our guests will enjoy elegant dishes that honor Atlanta’s global flavors, while culminating a unique Porsche experience.”
Work has begun on the construction of the Porsche Experience Center (PEC) Franciacorta, the eighth PEC in the world.