The German brand known for its sports cars is getting into the restaurant business.
A fine-dining establishment called Restaurant 356 has opened at Porsche’s new U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, GA, with views overlooking the 1.6-mile driver development track and Hartsfield-Jackson airport’s runway 826.
Porsche says that the food influences come from around the globe, with no single type of cuisine dominating the menu. “I want guests to enjoy food that enhances the Porsche experience and fuses it with a sense of place,” said Executive Chef Kyle Forson.
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Porsche’s restaurant will be open to the public Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner and on Sunday for brunch and dinner. Porsche is working to make its new HQ a destination for the public with features like a classic car gallery, restoration center and driving simulator. In total, Porsche estimates about 30,000 people will visit its Atlanta-based headquarters each year.
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