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Rose Bistro and Champagne Bar Hopes to Bring Some Parisian Cafe Culture to Midtown

Rose Bistro and Champagne Bar will serve a mix of French and Southern dishes on the menu paired with a lengthy wine and champagne list

A tabletop setup with wine bottles and glasses. Eater
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for over 12 years.

Rose Bistro and Champagne Bar opens this fall at Atlantic Station in Midtown.

Taking cues from the cafes and wine bars of Paris, Rose Bistro and Champagne Bar will feature a raw bar and serve a mix of French and Southern dishes on the menu, like escargots bourguignon, steak frites, and shrimp and grits, paired with a lengthy list of wines and champagne and wine-based cocktails and punches.

“When I first visited Atlantic Station five years ago, I felt a sense of ‘joie de vivre’ or ‘joy of living’,” founder and general manager Sam Djomo Jr. says in a press release. “The storefronts and bustling streets at Atlantic Station reminded me of my home in Paris.”

Southern diner Bantam + Biddy opened earlier this month at Atlantic Station, replacing chicken restaurant Chick-a-Biddy on 19th Street at the development. Both restaurants are owned by chef Shaun Doty. Azotea Cantina and Toscano Ristorante Italian restaurant also open later this year.

Thai and Japanese restaurant SriThai Kitchen and Sushi opened last summer at Atlantic Station, followed by a fourth location of Atlanta-based restaurant Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern this spring. Over the last three years, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, Indian fast-casual restaurant NaanStop, bowling chain Bowlero, and Atlanta-based Vietnamese restaurant chain Pho 24 have all opened at the development flanking 17th Street in Midtown.

232 19th Street, Atlanta.