As the first location to open in
the South, the Atlantic Station Rosa Mexicano combines
Rosa’s trademark authentic Mexican cuisine and stylish, festive
atmosphere with Atlanta’s southern hospitality to offer a unique dining
experience. Inside, a dramatic 18-foot high water wall with miniature
white Acapulco divers is the eye-catching centerpiece of the 200-seat
restaurant, which also features a lounge area and private dining that
accommodates up to 70 guests. With its bright colors, Mexican artwork
and fabulous food, all are sure to enjoy the style and tastes that are
solely Rosa Mexicano.
When the first Rosa Mexicano location opened in 1984, New York Magazine
applauded them for introducing New Yorkers to a “hitherto unfamiliar,
elevated version of Mexican cuisine.” Today, they continue to redefine
expectations nationwide with authentic Mexican cooking, stylish spaces
and festive atmosphere.
Guided by the vision of Corporate Chef Christian Plotczyk and Culinary
Director David Suarez, all of the award-winning Rosa Mexicano dishes
remain faithful to their traditional roots while incorporating regional
accents and inspired innovation. You’ll experience that first hand when
you try the Pomegranate Margaritas or Guacamole en Molcajete, made in a
traditional lava-rock mortar and prepared tableside.