Wednesday, October 16, 2019

[EXCLUSIVE] Lidl Planning Stores in Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Peachtree Corners and East Cobb

German discount grocer Lidl is ramping up its delayed metro Atlanta expansion with plans for several new stores.  Renovation plans reviewed by ToNeTo Atlanta indicate that Lidl plans to open new stores in Brookhaven, Dunwoody and Peachtree Corners next year.  The stores, located at 2480 Briarcliff Road, 2480 Mount Vernon Road and  5270 Peachtree Parkway, would all open in place of former grocery stores.  
The former Earth Fare in Peachtree Corners 


[TIME!] Hudson FC Misses the Mark in Brookhaven, Plans to Close

Hudson FC International Sports Pub, which parent company Metrotainment Cafes opened during the summer of 2017, riding a wave of interest in soccer following Atlanta United's debut earlier in the year, will close this coming Sunday, October 20.  The restaurant, located alongside fellow Metrotainment Cafes concepts Hudson Grille and Sugar Shack, is located at 4058 Peachtree Road in Brookhaven Station.   

[CLOSURE ALERT] After 46 Years, Krystal Shutters Brookhaven Restaurant

The longstanding Krystal restaurant at 2068 North Druid Hills Road, just off I-85 in Brookhaven, has closed.  A restaurant representative tells ToNeTo Atlanta that the corporately owned restaurant closed as of October 5, and that there are no plans to reopen it.  The Druid Hills Krystal first opened July 24, 1973.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

[UPDATE] Park Bench To Reopen at The Battery Atlanta in 2020

It was announced late Monday that just days after closing and selling their Buckhead bar, Park Bench will reopen in 2020 at The Battery Atlanta.  The popular dueling piano bar and live music venue will relocate from their roughly 5,000 square foot Buckhead home on Irby Avenue to a 6,565 square foot space in the mixed-use project adjacent to SunTrust Park in Cobb County.  

Monday, October 14, 2019

[EXCLUSIVE] Open Hand and Partners to Launch "Food Pharmacy" Jesse Hill Market at Grady

A partnership between Grady, Open Hand and the Atlanta Community Food Bank will soon bring an innovative new educational and eating option to Downtown Atlanta.  Jesse Hill Market is slated to open early next year at 80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive where in 2016 McDonald's closed a restaurant on the campus of Grady hospital.  The concept, along with the road on which it's located, are named for civil rights activist and businessman Jesse Hill, Jr. who died in 2012 at the age of 86.  

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