Posted on: January 29, 2019 Posted by: Upscale Comments: 0
Food, Fun and Festivities, ATL Style!

Restaurant Ten Bar & Grill and Rosie’s Coffee CAFÉ located steps from Mercedes-Benz Stadium to host FREE Super Bowl Celebrations for Community

Restaurant Ten Bar & Grill and Rosie’s Coffee Café are the go-to restaurants for great food, drinks and entertainment on the Road to Super Bowl LIII. Conveniently located in the epicenter of all the activity, directly across from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium5-minute walk from the Georgia World Congress Center and State Farm Arena (formerly Phipps Arena), and 10-minute walk from Centennial Park, each eatery is offering pre- and post-events during the Big Game and beyond.

Owned by Platt Restaurant Group, Restaurant Ten and Rosie’s each specialize in southern cuisine unique to them. Ten, knownfor their delicious and unique smoked turkey ribs and chicken wings, is located at 10 Northside Drive NW, directly across from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Blending a modern setting with a hint of “down home,” the restaurant offers a robust menu of game-day favorites and modern cuisine, 15 TV screens and a full-bar.  Rosie’s sits across from the stadium at 48 Northside Drive SW, andoffers traditional southern meals cooked with “mama’s love”. The menu features a hearty breakfast showcasing localfavorites like shrimp and grits and salmon croquettes, coffee bar with flavorful special blends, salads and sandwiches. 

“We have the best location in town for food and drink and all theBig Game excitement and were ready for it,” said Jay Bandy, manager. “We are transforming our restaurants to meet the demand of the NFL fans, locals and businesses to make SB LIII a super week.”

The eateries invite the community to join them to kick-off Super Bowl week with a series of events beginning January 25 through February 1.  Scheduled events include a day to honor first responders; a day of appreciation for hospitality workers; old school and karaoke night; live jazz; and of course, a “rep your team” night.  Guests can enter to win prizes including two tickets to the much-anticipated Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest: Super Bowl Eve Bruno Mars & Cardi B Concert February 2 at 

9:00 p.m. at State Farm Arena or a Hot Shot Smokeless Grill by legendary basketball player Charles Oakley.

“Our events during the game are like a ‘coming-out’ party,” explained Bandy. “We want the community to be a part of the big game, but also to know that Restaurant 10 and Rosies are here, and will continue to engage with the community hosting special events, providing great food and quality service well beyond Super Bowl LIII.”

Also kicking off on January 25, the restaurants will offer a “$50 Meal Deal” that will allow guests to purchase a meal at each restaurant with a free appetizer.  “With both restaurants located minutes from all major Super Bowl venues, activities and hotels, this is our way to allow everyone to enjoy the festivities of the big game,” said Sheri Ricks, managing partner. 

During Super Bowl week, both restaurants will feature a special menu that will include some of the regular menu favorites.  Rosie’s will stay open 24-hours from January 31 – February 5, and Restaurant Ten will open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.  The eateries will also offer delivery to Super Bowl venues and hotels in the immediate area through the Chow Now app. For organizations that would like to host an event leading up to the game in the shadows of the Mercedes Benz Stadium, both restaurants are offering special group rates. The restaurants will return to regular hours on Feb. 6: Restaurant 10 Sunday-Thursday 11:00am to 10:00pm, Friday-Saturday 11:00am-12am; Rosie’s Monday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Sunday, 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

For those that dine at Restaurant Ten or Rosie’s between January 25 and February 5, and hashtag #Rest10BigGame or #RosiesSBLIII on their Instagram page, $2 will be donated to theWe Are Ora Lee Cancer Research Foundation in honor of Rosie Gail, who Rosie’s is named for and whose recipes make the restaurant a hometown favorite.  “Rosie lost her battle with lung cancer and we are committed to continue the fight to find a cure,” shared Ricks. 

For group bookings contact Sheri Ricks at 470-355-7617.