Rosemont, Tracy Miller's Breakfast and Lunch Joint in Deep Ellum, is Closed

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Rosemont is locked and unlit this morning
Rosemont, restauranteur Tracy Miller's ode to casual but elegant breakfast and lunch, appears to have closed. A source tells City of Ate that the staff was informed yesterday that the restaurant would cease operations immediately.

Miller couldn't be reached for comment this morning, but the restaurant is locked, unlit and filled with tables that obviously don't belong in the dining space.

Rosemont received mixed reviews during its eight-month tenure. The food was inconsistent, sometimes elating and sometimes disappointing, and the service was often lethargic.

The dinning room was a real looker, though, as was that fish sandwich. I'll miss them both. Local, Miller's original restaurant located on the same block, remains open.

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Rosemont's fried fish sandwich

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Rosemont - CLOSED

2912 Elm St., Dallas, TX

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almakometa1
almakometa1

I had breakfast once and the service was slow. And there was only 3 other patrons! I did love the decor..minimalist...

almakometa1
almakometa1

I had breakfast once and the service was slow. And there was only 3 other patrons! I did love the decor..minimalist...

runDMC
runDMC

Love Local, always have. But Rosemont was weird. It was like she was trying too hard. It took forever to open, for no real reason, and then was wildly inconsistent. Given that she had experienced waitstaff from Local to help train newbies and cover gaps, service should never have been a problem. And the food, really, breakfast and lunch? Not that hard. And yeah, the fish sandwich was the bomb.

notallofeastdallasislakewood
notallofeastdallasislakewood

I am not surprised.  We stopped in Sunday a little after noon and were unapologetically shooed out after being told "she closed the kitchen."  Apparently for good.

MarkusA
MarkusA

I have no idea about Ms. Miller or intimate details of the two places, Local and Rosemont. But I think they both could really stand a bit more of an outward face to the public. That means websites, consistent hours, service, menu tweaks and, I don't mean to say marketing in an ugly sense, but some marketing or pr. She's obviously incredibly talented and it's sad to see Rosemont closed. It was a nice, though inconsistent, change from the grease bombs and overall lack of quality form Cafe Brazil, BuzzBrews in the neighborhood.

I liked the menu at Rosemont, but holy hell I took a few friends there one time and they were all sorts of flummoxed. Didn't know what the hell was going on, weren't happy with their food, options, portions, prices. Sadly, you do have to cater to a large majority of eaters/spenders and simply make parts of the menu accessible to those if you wish to survive.

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