Rising Son opening in The Bishop space in Avondale Estates

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt February 15, 2016

This story has been updated. 

There’s a new restaurant making its way to Avondale Estates.

Rising Son will take over the space on North Avondale Road formerly occupied by The Bishop, which closed last year. The owners are Hudson and Kathryn Rouse. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Hudson Rouse is a former chef at Homegrown and Kathryn Rouse is responsible for craft sodas at the General Muir and Yalla. To read that story, click here.

Hudson Rouse said on his Instagram account that the restaurant will be up and running in four weeks. He told Decaturish via email, “We are going to be open initially for breakfast and lunch with dinner coming as soon as we acquire our liquor license.”

The restaurant’s Facebook page says Rising Son will feature:

– 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.

Hudson Rouse published these photos on his Instagram account:

My wife unlocking the door to our new restaurant! #risingson

A photo posted by Hudson Rouse (@eastatlveggies) on

Crossing items off the list. kitchen is cleaned and ready!

A photo posted by Hudson Rouse (@eastatlveggies) on

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