Even the lounge's name itself is a homage to Southern roots, a tribute to the nearby Creek village that once stood not too far from what's now Buckhead.There's no comfort like Southern comfort (and we're not talking about the liquid kind). In the midst of the Buckhead hustle and bustle, that's exactly what you'll find at Nox Creek: American flavors, Southern comfort, and an inviting atmosphere that'll make you want to camp out at the bar for hours. Georgia peaches, Vidalia onions, Thomasville Farms cheese, and High Road Craft ice cream are just a handful of the local and regional goodness that shows up on the menu here, pairing perfectly with a cold Sweetwater or Red Brick beer (or a sweet tea vodka elixir, if you've got it bad for a cocktail).
Here, it's all about adding a little bit of Southern goodness to a classic lounge atmosphere, serving Gulf coast shrimp and barbecue sliders (made with their signature 12-spice "T-Rub 12") alongside creative cocktails in an atmosphere that somehow manages to feel both elegant and laid-back, Southern-style. Even the lounge's name itself is a homage to Southern roots, a tribute to the nearby Creek village that once stood not too far from what's now Buckhead. And all of this local lovin' is in a hotel bar, you say? Well, we prefer not to think of this low-key spot as a stuffy, martini-riddled, generic "hotel bar" that looks like all the rest of 'em. More like... a bar that just so happens to be in a hotel. And just so happens to whip up a mean Jack Daniels-spiked Georgia pecan pie to go with your grown-up sweet tea.
Menu Highlights: Athens Bibb Farm Lettuce Salad, $8
Nox Barbecue Sliders, 3/$15
Flatstone Flatbreads, $9 - $13
Georgia Pecan Pie, $7
High Road Ice Cream, $7
Monday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Monday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.