The exterior of Rose & Crown
Photo: Erica McGinty/Rose & Crown Facebook page
Photo: Erica McGinty/Rose & Crown Facebook page

Mojave to open, Rose & Crown to close temporarily and other dining news from the week

These are the stories that created buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:

The owner of Atlanta bar Rose & Crown Tavern is slated to open Mojave in the former Ray Rio Bravo space in Sandy Springs, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

Mexican restaurant Mojave could could open as soon as next month at 6450 Powers Ferry Road. Ray’s Rio Bravo closed in the space in 2017. Before that, it served as home to Peter Chang’s Tasty China II.

Owner Miguel Ayoub plans to close Rose & Crown in June and will reopen in 2020 or 2021 in mixed-use development Village at Powers on Powers Ferry Road close to SunTrust Park in Cobb County, and a five-minute drive from Mojave.

MetroFresh is planning to open at One Midtown Plaza at 1360 Peachtree St. in June, What Now Atlanta reports. 

MORE DINING NEWS:

Take a sneak peek inside The James Room, now open on the Eastside Beltline

Black Sheep Tavern & Oyster Room opening next week

B’s Cracklin’ BBQ owner vows to rebuild after fire

Atlanta Hawks, State Farm Arena get top marks in NBA for food, beverages

The Grandma Pie is coming to Nina & Rafi for one night only

Get details on Boxcar, now open in the West End

Landmark Diner Jr. closes on Cheshire Bridge

Read the 2018 AJC Fall Dining Guide: Dining on Buford Highway 

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