The northeastern seafood inspired concept is coming to the Sweet Apple Village shopping center.
Restauranteurs Rich Clark and Jon Schwenk are moving forward with plans to open their third restaurant, C&S Chowder House.
The northeastern seafood inspired concept should open in Roswell October 12, the company in a press release announced Tuesday.
C&S Chowder House, at 12040 Etris Road Suite 150 in the Sweet Apple Village shopping center, joins sister concepts C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar and Hugo’s Oyster Bar, outside the perimeter.
“Executive Chef Cliff Webb and Schwenk worked in tandem to curate a menu that highlights Schwenk’s Northeastern roots and seafood classics including an extensive raw bar, fresh market fish, house chowders, lobster and king crab, and entrees featuring seasonal ingredients and responsibly-sourced protein,” according to the release.
General Manager Peterson Hill is curating a bar program that compliments the Northeastern seafood cuisine, offering a hand-selected array of wines and craft beer available on draft, in bottles and cans. The cocktail menu will feature signature classic libations using house made ingredients.
Guests can also enjoy happy hour with a selection of $1 oysters and half off appetizers, cocktails, wine and beer from 4 to 7 p.m. available Monday through Thursday. A brunch menu will also be available for diners on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Designed by Z-Space Design, C&S Chowder House features a New England-inspired interior, lined with mahogany wooden panels and lit with custom lighting globe pendants wrapped in nautical rope. The 4,000 square-foot restaurant’s booths and bar stools will be lined in Ralph Lauren tufted fabric to match the northeastern cuisine and will seat 120 guests.