Sunday, January 29, 2023

[CLOSURE ALERT] Bed Bath & Beyond Saying Bye Bye to Buckhead

Bed Bath & Beyond, the beleaguered retailer that is seemingly on the verge of bankruptcy, will be closing at least one more Atlanta area store.  The Bed Bath & Beyond at Buckhead Station shopping center (1 Buckhead Loop) started liquidation sales Saturday, offering all in-stock merchandise for 20 per cent off.  The sale is slated to run for several weeks and end when all inventory is sold.  

Thursday, January 26, 2023

[OPENING ALERT] Indian Grocer to Make Highly Anticipated Debut

Patel Brothers, an Indian oriented grocery store and market, will celebrate the grand opening of its third Atlanta area location today, January 26, in Kennsaw.  ToNeTo Atlanta exclusively reported on the planned opening more than a year ago at which time the store was expected to open this past fall.  It's unclear what led to the delay but based on questions and comments we've fielded from readers, it's clear that the community is eager for the store to open.

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

[EXCLUSIVE] Lidl Leaving Another Atlanta Area Location

For the second time in less than a year, Lidl is closing a metro Atlanta store.  Store employees were informed Monday that Lidl in Dunwoody will close as of February 6 19.  The roughly 33,000 square foot store, located at 2480 Mount Vernon Highway, opened August 26, 2020 in place of what had most recently been a Sprouts Farmers Market.  

[UPDATE] Wahlburgers Quietly Closed its Downtown Atlanta Restaurant

Less than three years after opening, Wahlburgers has closed their downtown Atlanta restaurant.   Located at 218 Peachtree Street, Wahlburgers opened their downtown outpost in January 2020 just two months before the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the restaurant industry.   The Wahlburgers shared a portion of the onetime Planet Hollywood with a Chase Bank that remains open.  The company did not reveal the reason for the closure.  

[UPDATE] Popular Burger Chain Drops Pepsi for Coke

Culver's, the Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin-based chain known for their ButterBurgers and cheese curds, is in now in the news for another reason.  The company announced in recent days that it will soon drop Pepsi products from their restaurants in favor of beverages from The Coca-Cola Company.  

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