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Boulevardier's Southern Sibling Rapscallion Aims for Mid-May Opening

It's moving in next to Trader Joe's on Lowest Greenville.

Construction is fully underway.
Construction is fully underway.
Courtesy of Rapscallion

It's full steam ahead on construction at Rapscallion, the new restaurant concept from the Boulevardier team that's going in next to Trader Joe's on Lowest Greenville.

Rapscallion is a joint project from Chef Nathan Tate and brothers Brooks and Bradley Anderson, attorneys who, in addition to Bishop Arts bistro Boulevardier, also own Veritas Wine Room on Henderson Avenue. "Chef/partner Nathan Tate's menu will be rooted in the culinary traditions of the South, but the food will in no way be 'traditionally' Southern," reads a statement sent over by Brooks Anderson. Boulevardier bar manager Eddie Eakin will head up the cocktail program.

Rapscallion will seat 76 inside and another 30 on a patio that faces Greenville Avenue. An open floorplan will be outfitted in wood and brick, and the wall facing Greenville Avenue will feature a very large piece of glass offering views of the patio and the street beyond. An open kitchen will showcase a wood-burning J&R Grill and a wood-burning J&R rotisserie for cooking all the proteins.

Rapscallion is slated to open in mid-May if all goes according to plan.

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