He also plans to utilize the outdoor patio space for weekend brunches at Rose + Rye, beginning around Mother’s Day.
Finally, Latham stated that he is planning a bed and breakfast at the three-story property. The B&B will have five rooms, with food service coming through the Rose + Rye. He anticipates opening that in September.
“I am looking for it to be a super experimental space,” Latham said about the various concepts he plans for the Castle. “Rose + Rye is just one piece of that.”
The Castle was built by Ferdinand McMillan in the early 1900s. The historic landmark was acquired in the late 1940s by Hazel Roy Butler, who opened the home to local artists who often paid their rent with works of art.
Read more stories like this by
liking Atlanta Restaurant Scene on Facebook
@ATLDiningNews on Twitter
@ajcdining on Instagram