The Mills Home resort, now a part of Hilton’s Curio Assortment, is beginning to look somewhat totally different.
So does the resort’s restaurant, now open with a brand new title, format, menu and director of meals and beverage, Gary Mennie.
Previously the Barbadoes Room, a portion of the resort’s backside ground and adjoining courtyard is now residence to Iron Rose Bar & Restaurant, named after the signature ornate steel work that has largely outlined the outside of The Mills Home for practically 170 years.
Iron Rose serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, utilizing the nighttime service to showcase seafood and seasonal cooking.
Mennie goals to make Iron Rose a vacation spot itself, moderately than only a haven for resort visitors who can’t discover reservations elsewhere. Whether or not serving resort visitors or Charleston residents, Mennie maintains that service will at all times be a key aspect of their providing.
“No matter how nice your meals is, in case your stage of service is less than a Charleston customary, you’re not going to do properly,” Mennie mentioned, including that they attempt to be “all about hospitality and the neighborhood.”
Earlier than Iron Rose’s October opening, a design staff reworked the area so diners can entry the restaurant straight from road stage. An outside courtyard additionally utilized by the Barbadoes Room can home upwards of 60 folks, Mennie mentioned.
Iron Rose Bar & Restaurant, at 115 Assembly St. in downtown Charleston, is open every day.