Hot off the Press!

JCP Eats Blog

“The team at Fellows tells diners to expect a warm neighborhood feel, an excellent multi-roaster coffee program, and nourishing, delicious food – and I 100% agree with those sentiments. A newer neighborhood spot, Fellows took inspiration from Australia’s forward-thinking culinary scene and Europe’s old world design. The result? Delicious, gorgeous, rustic food.”

This was a trip highlight, y’all – you can’t miss Fellows Cafe.

Read more: JCP Eats Blog

Frank Mack
Roswell Magazine
Food & Culture

Fellows is here and just like that, a new generation stakes a claim. Green Street is happening folks and this is just the start.

“Fellows is an absolutely charming new restaurant located on Green Street, just a smidge off Canton Street. It’s farm to fork freshness served with infectious smiles and plenty of fun. This represents pure old-fashioned Roswell in the form of an old house, which has been re-made and a bit of history that has been saved.”

Read more: Roswell Magazine


Find coffee, cocktails and lemon ricotta hotcakes at the new Fellows Cafe in Roswell

“Fellows is the passion project of owners Zachary Bramblett, who also owns Roux on Canton in Roswell and Christina DeVictor, who has worked in marketing and owns photography business Someplace Wild. The Roswell natives and childhood friends also enlisted DeVictor’s brother-in-law Nick to serve as general manager, husband Tony DeVictor to oversee the design and Andrew Beatton as the coffee manager.”

Read more: Atlanta Journal Constitution


Fellows Cafe Takes Over Quaint ‘Yellow House’ on Roswell’s Green Street

“The menu for Fellows focuses on breakfast and brunch fare like lemon ricotta hotcakes with berries and crème fraîche, toasts, a kale salad with a six-minute egg, and huevos rancheros. Fellows includes a burger on the menu for those seeking a heartier option and offers daily-baked breads, cookies, and pastries for grab-and-go.

Beyond coffees, tea, and juices, Fellows lists four wines ranging from sparkling to red, a tight selection of beers and ciders, and morning cocktails such as a French 75, mimosa, bloody mary, and a cold brew negroni.”

Read more: Eater Atlanta