‘The Angry Chef’ breaks his silence and outlines the intended sales of his Morningside eateries.
Owner and chef Ron Eyester confirmed that both Rosebud and The Family Dog will stay closed in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tuesday. What Now Atlanta (WNA) first broke the news Monday.
“I’ve been in the process of selling both Rosebud and the Family Dog for the past couple months,” Eyester said in the report, stating he and his team got “overextended” and “lost its stability”.
The “Top Chef” personality released a touching letter at the end of September detailing his struggles in the Morningside neighborhood, alluding to potential closures of his restaurants.
“The stability of Diner is not great right now,” Eyester told the AJC. “But my saving grace is that the Hines group, who just bought Atlantic Station, are very supportive of the concept. And they really want to see me make it work.”
Eyester did not rule out expanding with new restaurants again after focusing on Diner for the time being. For the full report in its entirety, head over to the AJC.
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