Spanish-Latin restaurant Casa Robles (“Oak House”), backed by Ryan and Dan Pernice, the brothers behind Table and Main, Osteria Mattone, and Coalition Food and Beverage, is now open in downtown Roswell.
Taking over the former Whiskey Project space on Oak Street, Casa Robles is currently open for dinner only, with weekend brunch expected to begin in the coming weeks.
After serving as the executive sous chef for Osteria Mattone for a decade, El Salvador native Laura Orellana now leads the kitchen at Casa Robles. Orellana received her culinary training in Seville, Spain, at Escuela de Hosteleria de Sevilla, and lived in Spain for five years working in restaurants throughout the country.
The menu for Casa Robles features a mix of traditional Spanish tapas and dishes from El Salvador and Mexico, including pupusas, cochinita pibil tacos, tamales stuffed with Salvadorean chicken and chickpeas, and mariscada (a spicy seafood stew.) Dessert includes flan, churros, and tarta de Santiago (Spanish almond cake).
Like the food, the wine menu at Casa Robles leans heavily toward producers from Spain, Portugal, and South America, with cocktails featuring rum, tequila, mezcal, and pisco.
Take a look at the menu:
Open Tuesday - Thursday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; and Saturday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
45 Oak Street, Roswell. casaroblesroswell.com.