The ever-changing restaurant housed at Atwater Crossing is hard to keep up with. The industrial complex on the border of Atwater Village and Glassell Park, which serves as a hub for creative business and industry, has had a number of food and drink purveyors in its airy breezeway restaurant space, run by various factions. It's made even more confusing given that they've all had fairly similar names, playing off the words Atwater and Crossing, as one might expect.
B. Rodell Brisket and barbecue chicken at the Crossing
What matters most at this point is that currently and for the last month or so, the place is called the Crossing, and the food is pizza and Texas barbecue. The pizza comes out of a wood-fired oven, the barbecue out of a wood smoker. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, plus beer, wine, bottomless mimosas on the weekends, coffee and coffee drinks.More »