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There’s a Mysterious Restaurant Opening on Rosewood Avenue

Taking over East End Wines’ old spot

Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering: Mark Odom Studio

A new restaurant is opening on Rosewood Avenue where popular wine shop East End Wines used to be found. According to permitting, the wine shop is being turned into a restaurant named Rosewood.

Architecture and design firm Mark Odom Studio is working on the restaurant. While the group couldn’t share many details about Rosewood, it did share renderings of the space, as well as the following statement from the owners DRMG, LLC:

We are carefully restoring one of East Austin’s landmark historical properties, and returning it to prominence. The project is a neighborhood restaurant and gathering place called Rosewood. We anticipate opening in late spring of 2018, and look forward to sharing more info as the opening approaches.

Renderings for the restaurant depict the Victorian house with plenty of outdoor seating, including a patio.

Mark Odom Studio worked on various Torchy Taco's, Doc's Bar and Grill's Houston location. Rounding out the construction team is CPH Engineering, AYS Engineering, Mark Word Design Group, Civiltude, and Fineline Construction.

East End Wines was also home to chef Ray Tatum’s trailer Three Little Pigs. It relocated over to Aristocrat Lounge when the retail shop closed.

Know anything about the Rosewood restaurant? Drop a line via the tipline or email at austin@eater.com.

Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood
Rendering of Rosewood

Rosewood

, , TX 78702

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