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Wheelhouse owners to take over Atkins Golf Club restaurant

Restaurateurs Abbie and Ryan Rogiers, owners of the Wheelhouse located inside the Main Street Station at 109 N. Main in St. Joseph, will launch a new restaurant operation at the Atkins Golf Club in December.

The couple will use their fine dining expertise to manage and run "Homegrown" at the University of Illinois Division of Intercollegiate Athletics' golf course in east Urbana's Stone Creek Subdivision. The Rogiers, who have owned the popular St. Joseph dining location since 2017, plan to extend their high-quality farm-to-table meals to the new venture.

Homegrown will feature organic ingredients grown on a plot of land in the Stone Creek Subdivision. Daily menu items will include marcoot creamery herb and garlic cheese curds, buttermilk chicken wings, Cuban Rueben, grass-fed beef stew, and a 16-oz. ribeye.

Full-service dining is set to open in early December. The exact date of the grand opening will be announced in November.

The restaurant is currently hiring cooks, hosts, and wait staff. Homegrown will host a job fair on Tuesday, November 2 from 3-6 p.m. at 2600 Stone Creek Blvd. No appointment is necessary. Prospective employees may stop at any time during those hours. For more information about employment opportunities or reservations, email info@eatathomegrown.com.

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