The polenta at Rose + Rye is served with smoked and pickled variations of mushrooms, seasonal vegetables and a poached egg. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Rose + Rye closes in Midtown and other dining news from the week

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

Rose + Rye has closed following the bankruptcy of the “castle” mansion at 87 15th St. NE in Midtown that housed it, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The property is owned by MLAC Castle Atlanta LLC.

The Castle was designed and built in 1909-1910 by wealthy inventor and businessman Ferdinand McMillan, who called his retirement residence Fort Peace.

Later, it became a bohemian hub for the burgeoning Atlanta arts community.

When Rose + Rye opened in 2017, it served a menu of “refined American fare with a global reach.”

It received a two-star review from the AJC in 2018. 

MORE DINING NEWS FROM THE WEEK: 

Bottles & Bones opening next week in Suwanee

Meehan’s Sandy Springs changing to Thos. O’Reilly Public House

Mamoun’s Falafel opens first Atlanta location

Asian-focused food hall Ph’east opens at The Battery

Read the AJC Fall Dining Guide: The Noodle Edition

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