Yebo Revamp Trades Skis for Flip-Flops

April 4, 2017 Chris Fuhrmeister

As the seasons change, the Ski Haus becomes the Beach Haus

The weather is warming, which means it’s time for another seasonal transformation at Yebo. After operating as Yebo Ski Haus since December, restaurateur Justin Anthony’s Buckhead dining room is reverting to its original Yebo Beach Haus form. The new look debuts tonight, a representative tells Eater Atlanta.

Yebo first revealed its Beach Haus concept following a relocation from Phipps Plaza to 111 West Paces Ferry Road last April. This year, Anthony is making a few changes. There’s a new menu, and the ambiance is more Venice Beach than Hamptons. Diners can expect to find surf boards and album covers lining the walls.

As for the food, Yebo’s menu includes some of Anthony’s South African flair via biltong (a style of beef jerky), peri-peri popcorn, and braai kebabs. An extensive list of small plates covers cold and raw bar items, vegetable dishes, seafood, and meats. The bar features a wine list with selections from around the world, a few canned and bottled beers, and house-created cocktails.

Yebo’s hours are Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Take a look at the menu below.

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