Rising Son To Replace The Bishop In Avondale Estates

General Muir, Home Grown, and Yalla vets to open new breakfast spot.

General Muir, Home Grown, and Yalla vets to open new breakfast spot.

Avondale Estates is getting a breakfast eatery they can trust.

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Hudson and Katherine Rouse have announced their plans to open The Rising Son in the former space of The Bishop in Avondale Estates at 124 North Avondale Drive.

A Facebook page was created Monday, and the “about” section reads, “Hudson and Kathryn Rouse were made by the blue collar and aim to please the blue collar. To fill the belly and warm the soul. Real food for Real people.”

Surely enough, the couple has roots in some of the city’s favorite establishments: Hudson is the former chef at breakfast favorite Home Grown, and Kathryn is the maker of the craft sodas at The General Muir and Yalla.

The eatery will be breakfast-oriented, according to the Facebook page:

“Just a few things we will be serving at Rising Son,
Locally roasted coffee, freshly pressed juice, all natural hand crafted sodas (back in it yall 100%), herbal-aids, classic cocktails, wine on tap, local beer on tap.
Classic breakfast items such as local grits, hot biscuits, local bacon and sausage and house jelly.
Some lunch items will include fresh big salads, grain bowls, featured sandwiches and our meat and three selections.
Meat and Three options include country fried steak, chicken, pork chopS, fish, brisket, pot pie and farmer friendly veggies, casseroles and salads.”

The Bishop closed in November of last year, due to a low volume of customers. The restaurant was open for one and a half years.

Last week, Hudson Rouse posted this picture to his Instagram account:


Do you think The Rising Son will be a hit just like The General Muir and Home Grown? Tell us below…



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  1. Never heard of home grown or yalla!
    I live in Va-Hi and we need to see ads in local places like Ponce Press, Intown, the Clifton newsletter, southern voice etc. and online or we won’t know it exists. I never heard of the bishop or sawicki’s either. I have owned my own business for over 35 years and word of mouth in a limited area won’t build your restaurant business. Marketing, advertising and public relations are necessary.

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