Review: Rosebud (1)
Ron Eyester creates flavorful comfort in Morningside
Its the dream of so many young chefs: a neighborhood sidewalk, a random weeknight — Wednesday perhaps — warm light spilling from large restaurant windows, the sound of people laughing. A full bar, the game playing silently on the TVs above. The dining room beyond bustling. A 20-minute wait for a table at 8:30 p.m.
Brick walls. Specials and cocktails written stylishly on chalkboards. An atmosphere that feels neighborly and personal.
But what to call such a restaurant? Something comforting but evocative of individuality. Something that speaks to the young chefs other loves, possibly something that nods to his taste in music.
Such is the dream-turned-reality of Rosebud, owned by chef Ron Eyester and named after Jerry Garcias guitar.
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(Photo by James Camp)