A restaurant group that owns eateries specializing in seafood is opening a new location in Sandy Springs.
C&S Restaurant Group is slated to open its fourth concept, C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar, in Sandy Springs’ Modera complex at 6215 Roswell Road in the coming months.
The Sandy Springs location will join an existing C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar in Vinings, which opened in 2007.
The new menu will feel similar to the Vinings location, with new dishes from executive chef and co-owner Jon Schwenk “that incorporate the Sandy Springs area and discoveries from Schwenk’s recent travels,” according to a press release, including a variety of seafood, raw bar and steak offerings.
The bar program is designed with an after-hours crowd in mind, featuring an extensive list of bourbon, custom cocktails and local beer and wine.
“The neighborhood has had great success over the past year with new restaurant concepts and we are excited to be in the company of great neighbors," co-owner Rich Clark said in a prepared statement.
The restaurant’s decor will be “a modern interpretation of art deco,” with terrazzo floors, sculpted carpets, green tiled columns, leather and mohair elements and two-tones millwork. The space will also feature an exhibition kitchen and a semi-private dinging space on the mezzanine level.
Peter Zakas of Z-Space Design is consulting on the project.
C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar will serve lunch and dinner daily.
In addition to C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar, Schwenk and Clark also own C&S Chowder House and Hugo’s Oyster Bar in Roswell.
Other food and beverage concepts in the Modera development include District M, Casi Cielo and Clean Juice.
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