Horseradish Grill has announced it will close their doors February 15th after being sold to Buckhead Institution and former Atlas chef, Christopher Grossman, along with general manager Geno Dew. New plans state the highly acclaimed restaurant duo will open an all-day establishment dubbed ‘The Chastain’ later this summer.
The restaurant originally began as a country store along Powers Ferry Road, when the now busy road was just a dirt trail. Future plans, according to Grossman, will incorporate ingredients sourced directly from the garden into the dishes, being described as “new American”. In addition to dinner, the restaurant will offer breakfast sandwiches and coffee, weekday lunch and weekend brunch.
Siegel Construction & Design have been chosen to lead the renovation; plans call for removing an interior wall, creating a U-shaped bar, adding cafe tables and a separate space for wine dinners and private events. Both the design firm along with Grossman and Dew are humbled to be apart of this iconic Atlanta restaurant reinvention.
No official date has been set for the grand opening, so we will all have to patiently wait for the breakfast sandwiches.