Indulge Your AppetitesDine with Us
Discover delicious light fare and delightful drinks at CC's, our patio bar with both indoor and outdoor seating. Have some drinks in the lively open-air atmosphere and then move indoors for something special. No matter when the craving hits, Fulton’s Public House is your Alpharetta restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
FULTON'S PUBLIC HOUSE
Fulton's Public House menu showcases regional dishes with a local flair, stemming from memories made around the table. Using a simple approach to preparation, our dishes have an allegiance to Southern cuisine and focus on farm-fresh ingredients. The menu offers simple, inspired favorites guided by Atlanta’s local markets and specialty butcher cuts.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday | 7 — 11am
Escape to our indoor-outdoor Parisian getaway, Carrie's Conservatory, for some light fare and delightful drinks. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner.
Experience our magnifique menu complete with traditional and fusion-style French dishes.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Friday | 11:30am - 3pm
Saturday - Sunday | 11am - 4pm
Monday - Friday | 3pm - 5pm
Monday - Friday | 5pm -10pm
Saturday & Sunday | 5pm - 10pm
Monday - Sunday | 11am - 11pm
Ineffably Chic, like her, the terrasse of Carrie’s Conservatory serves as a place to listen, to grow, to reset, to ask yourself who you are and what you want. We’ve built this for those that have been so entangled in doing that they forgot the beauty in being.
Inspired by his 20th anniversary trip to Paris with her, this special place is a symbol for being Parisian wherever you are. Carrie’s Conservatory is taking a long walk instead of the subway. It’s a mid-day glass of wine. It’s replacing scrolling with page turning. Carrie’s Conservatory is the philosophy of enjoyment.
We’ve created this place in recognition of Carrie and her favorite morning place, Cafè de Flore, the classic Parisian Art Deco café on the corner of Boulevard Saint-Germain that transcends time and place. It remains the quintessential place to see and be seen, a favorite of Sartre, Picasso, Bataille, and Camus. Just like Café de Flore, you should never feel guilty for indulging in life’s most elegant pleasures here.