Originally slated to open up in November of very last calendar year, Rena’s Italian Fishery & Grill at 240 South Principal Avenue in Alpharetta will now open up, powering plan but with gusto, mid-February. Darren Henderson, who owns the future cafe along with nearby Crust Pizzeria, will provide equivalent elements pasta, seafood and steak-primarily based dishes, breaking down fish and butchering meat onsite.
The cafe is named for Henderson’s wife, who he said has supported him throughout his profession in the hospitality sector. “I named [the restaurant] after [Rena] to say thank you for supporting my vocation in the restaurant field for the previous 25 decades,” Henderson explained to What Now Atlanta in a previous interview.
The restaurant at the Maxwell advancement will feature comprehensive sections for grilled meats, which includes a 12-ounce bone-in filet, a 9-ounce lamb chop, New York Strip and a veal chop, all cooked on a wood-burning grill and served with a facet of mashed potatoes or a medley of pink potatoes, asparagus and broccolini. Fish entrees will contain salmon, trout, halibut, grouper, bronzino and twin lobster tail dishes, served with the very same choice of sides. In particular interesting pasta dishes involve a Canadian boar-meat bolognese, seafood canneloni, a steamed clam dish with white wine sauce and fussili amatricana.
Arranging to provide among 100 and 200 positions to the area with the new cafe, Henderson claimed that he aims to provide a 1st-level cafe with acceptable costs to his local community. An independently-owned 5,000 square-foot even space upstairs, he claimed, will give group users a spot to host gatherings.
Rena’s is principally featuring server positions and is continue to looking for personnel as their opening methods. Any person fascinated in a position can go to the cafe in-particular person, wherever purposes will be obtainable, or implement via In fact.