The dining landscape in historic Roswell will soon include newcomer Little Alley Steak, sister restaurant to INC. Street Food and Salt Factory Pub, both also in historic Roswell.
Little Alley Steak is slated to open on Feb. 27th and is described as an “all-American butcher-inspired neighborhood steakhouse.” Little Alley will source its beef from Meats by Linz, based in Chicago.
Chef Bob McDonough, who has worked at Maxim’s in Paris, C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar and the former Little Alley Tapas in Roswell, will head the kitchen. His menu will include a variety of sauces to accompany steaks including yuzu béarnaise, horseradish cream, bone marrow butter and black truffle butter. You’ll also find charcuterie, boutique oysters and additional seafood options.
The beverage program at Little Alley Steak will emphasize boutique and vintage wines, 19th century cocktails, privately bottled scotches and small-batch bourbons like Pappy Van Winkle and Parker Heritage.
The rustic decor attempts to invoke the feeling of an antique meat locker with original wood floors, reclaimed-wood paneling and original light fixtures constructed from meat hooks.
Opening Feb. 27. 4-10 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays. 4-11 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. 955 Canton Street, Roswell. 770-998-3114.
–by Jenny Turknett, Food and More blog