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Atlanta’s Bobby Jones GC Set to Open New Restaurant

Boone’s restaurant will open for limited dine-in service in September inside the Murray Golf House at the public course in the city’s Buckhead section. The restaurant was designed as part of a project by students from the Savannah College of Art and Design and will feature the “upscale, new-American cuisine” of Executive Chef Austin Rocconi.

Boone’s restaurant will open for limited dine-in service in early September at the renovated Bobby Jones Golf Course in Atlanta’s Buckhead section, Eater Atlanta reported.

The restaurant, located inside the course’s Murray Golf House, was designed as part of a project by students from nearby Savannah College of Art and Design, Eater Atlanta reported. Named for Augusta businessman, philanthropist, and golfer Boone Knox, the restaurant, which will be open for lunch and dinner, Wednesdays through Sundays, will be run by the Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation. Plans to serve brunch are “forthcoming,” Eater Atlanta reported, and reservations are “encouraged.”

When Boone’s opens, Executive Chef Austin Rocconi plans to serve “upscale, new American cuisine,” Eater Atlanta reported. Rocconi was hired in April as Bobby Jones GC’s Director of Food and Beverage, after gaining experience at restaurants and hotel venues in Georgia, Texas, California and Mississippi.

Drinks at Boone’s will “lean into whiskey and bourbon,” Eater Atlanta reported, including a take on the “Bobby Jones cocktail,” made with Peach-infused bourbon. The bar is also expected to offer several local beers on tap and wines by the glass.

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