Peach & The Porkchop has been a dream of Chuck and Alyssa’s for many years. The name came about 18 years ago when Chuck, who was born and raised in Pittsburgh, met Alyssa’s parents, true Southerners, for the first time. At the time Chuck was the Owner/Operator of Dootlittle’s 19th Hole in Vail, Colorado. Alyssa’s father Fred said to the two of them, “If you ever open a restaurant together, you should name it Peach and The Porkchop.”
When their dream was becoming a reality, they took Fred’s advice and the rest is history!
The menu at Peach & The Porkchop reflects both the Southern culinary heritage that Alyssa grew up with and the bold flavors and northern meats that Chuck has always been enthusiastic about. One commonality for both Chuck and Alyssa is finding the highest quality, farm fresh products to incorporate in the culinary traditions they are so passionate about.
They are proud to offer you locally sourced products from:
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Everyone at Peach & The Porkchop is 100% committed to serving proteins that are steroid-free, gluten-free, antibiotic-free, and hormone-free from Meyer’s All-Natural Red Angus Beef; Springer Mountain for our chicken, and we serve Uncured Bacon from Beeler Farms. Seafood is sourced from local vendors for the freshest possible catch around, and our lettuces are all hydroponically grown.
Whenever possible we incorporate small batch, locally-owned, custom-made food products in our dishes.
All of our food is fresh and prepared to order. Proudly, the only thing in our freezer is High Road Craft Ice Cream.
Our attention to detail continues with a five-step water filtration system. It filters all of the water we use for drinking water, ice, tea, soda and coffee.
Charles “Chuck” Staley
Owner Chuck Staley (a.k.a., ‘The Porkchop’) is a people pleaser who stumbled upon a perfect career match at age 15 with his first restaurant industry job. “I love making people happy,” he admits, “I strongly believe in putting out a great product and standing behind what I do.” With customer service and food quality as focal points, Peach & The Porkchop showcases fresh, all-natural ingredients, which are sourced locally as much as possible.
“We call it ‘Roswell’s Family First Restaurant’ because one of the reasons we started the restaurant is for kids to be able to get the same high-quality foods as adults,” he explains. He, his wife Alyssa (a.k.a., ‘The Peach’) and their children live in Roswell, a mile from the restaurant, and are passionate supporters of the local community as well as fans of healthy food.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Staley worked at several bars in restaurants in Vail, Colorado, before purchasing his first restaurant there in 1994 at age 24. At that restaurant, Doolittle’s 19th Hole, he met Jackson, Mississippi-born Alyssa in 1997; the couple married in 2000, lived in Pittsburgh for several years while Staley worked in commercial real estate, then moved to Atlanta in 2007. Staley is happy to have returned to the restaurant industry and opened Peach & The Porkchop in 2014.