Before the most iconic roundabout in the South was home to General Robert E. Lee it surprisingly featured a spinning carousel and was known to the world as Tivoli Circle. These two disparate icons, a Southern war hero and a playful carousel horse inspired the namesake for Tivoli & Lee.
A bright, airy room featuring broad picture windows, the restaurant showcases a glowing copper bar top with reclaimed wood and warm leather accents. Tivoli & Lee is a neighborhood-focused farm-to-table bistro that supports local farms, sourcing only the freshest, sustainable ingredients possible. Tivoli & Lee also offers a sidewalk café on Lee Circle.
A Modern Take on Southern Cuisine…
Chef Marcus Woodham’s menu focuses on simple preparations of southern-inspired favorites including fried oysters, Andouille tater tots, and pork belly. Severed as shareable, small plates, the food is friendly, approachable and full of flavor.
A comfortable spot for dinner for two or a fun place for a group of friends to meet, Tivoli & Lee has the neighborhood feel of a great bar with the best of regional dining.