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Alpharetta Restaurant News – December 2013

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The Canton Street invasion of downtown Alpharetta continues. Sources tell me that Louis Soon is behind the new restaurant buildout at 9 South Main Street. This space was formerly home to short-lived Tap on Main and The Coffee Pot.

Soon served as the general manager of all three restaurants in Roswell’s legendary F&H Food Trading Group – Salt Factory, Little Alley and Opluent. Looks like he’s gone out on his own for a new concept. Unfortunately we don’t know what that concept will be at this point. But we do know that the city will close the adjacent Jones Avenue. It will become a pedestrian alley in addition to an outdoor seating area for this restaurant.

mugs on milton logoJust around the corner will be a new coffee shop called Mugs on Milton. They will open in January on Milton Avenue right next to Gallery 35. Expect coffee of course in addition to fresh baked goods.

And speak of baked goods… a location of Nothing Bundt Cakes is opening on Windward next to Five Guys. This is a franchise outfit out of California. Milton will be only their second store in Georgia. I’m told a soft opening starts today.

A new restaurant called Volcano Asian Bistro will erupt into Xian’s old space on Windward. We know nothing else about the concept but are happy to see this space remain Asian. I call this area Milton’s cul-de-sac of international cuisine.

Crabapple’s Sip Wine & Tapas will open a location at The Collection Forsyth (formerly The Avenue) in the former Four40 Kitchen+Bar space. Even though most restaurants have done well at The Collection, the 440 location has been cursed. Yet I think this is a perfect fit for Sip, a restaurant that’s been eying Forsyth County for a while.

A little bit down Peachtree Parkway will be Cuoco Italian Table. They’ll be in a hidden little shopping center near the intersection of Sharon Road. The lack of visibility here has sunk two previous Italian concepts in the same storefront (Luce and Biba’s).

Thankfully I have only one closure to announce this month. Growler store Blind Murphy tapped out. The founders are in a hurry to open a brewery (likely to be outside of Alpharetta). Georgia’s alcohol law won’t allow them to operate a retail store at the same time. While they were influential in changing Alpharetta’s alcohol laws (often to their own favor), it’s ironic that convoluted alcohol laws did them in.

Restaurants Coming Soon
Great Harvest Bread – Should open any day now on Windward next to Mambo’s Cafe.
Urban Spice – Mexican/Indian fusion concept that Azul Agave will become.
Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes – Froyo concept to open at The Collection Forsyth.
Tower Burger – South Main Street in a former Sonic Drive-in.
Dunkin Donuts – New construction on Peachtree Parkway near Dutch Monkey Doughnuts.
37 Main – A Rock Cafe – Restaurant and music venue opening in the former Barnacles location in Johns Creek.
Penny’s Popping Delights – Gourmet popcorn retailer coming soon to Mansell Road near The Melting Pot.
DaVinci’s Donuts – Cake doughnut makers opening next year on South Main Street near Alfresco.
850°F Bar Pizza - Neapolitan pizzeria coming to Crabapple.
Kickshaw Grill - Asian steakhouse opening on North Main near Campania.
First Watch – They will anchor the new shopping center being built on Old Milton and North Point.

What’s the best new Alpharetta-area restaurant of 2013?

Every Friday Roots in Alpharetta features an article on food and dining in a series called Foodie Friday.

We spend a lot of time here on Fridays talking about new restaurants. We scope out the restaurant scene and spy on new joints as they are conceived. Hopefully I build some anticipation, spur my readers into trying new joints and support great local restauranteurs.

Last year I asked my readers to vote on their favorites. Unfortunately I used a poor WordPress polling plugin that didn’t work so well. Let’s keep it simple this year.

Below is a list of the new restaurants that opened in 2013, sorted roughly in the order we talked about them. Who’s your favorite? Which restaurant made the biggest impact to Alpharetta’s culinary scene? Were any restaurants over-hyped? Or did any flat out disappoint?

Leave me a comment and let me know! I’ll share my favorite and other thoughts in two weeks.

  • Sweet Apple Donut and Coffee
  • Thai Star Café
  • Hop Alley
  • Gino’s New York Pizza
  • Silk Road Asian Kitchen
  • Fish House Seafood Kitchen
  • Branchwater
  • Campania Pizzeria
  • BurgerFI
  • Hurricane Grill
  • OVR Coffee Café
  • AJ’s Home Cooking
  • Rosati’s Pizza
  • The Corner Burger Shop
  • Cafe Caribe
  • TPS Pizza
  • Collet French Pastry
  • Myzenes Indian Coastal Cuisine
  • Pollo Tropical
  • Zoes Kitchen
  • Corner Bakery
  • Chipotle
  • Famous Original Pizza
  • Salt Factory
  • Firefly
  • Taziki’s Mediterranean Café

Campania Pizzeria – Alpharetta

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Several years ago a pizzeria opened in a cramped space near Georgia Tech. Tiny little Antico was quickly lauded by food bloggers and critics alike. The buzz was intense, vaulting their Neapolitan-style pizzas to the top of every best-of list in Atlanta.

Meanwhile, back in suburbia, we ate our New York-style pies, blissfully unaware of the changing hipster ITP pizza scene. To many in Alpharetta, “Neapolitan-style” meant getting chocolate and strawberry ice cream in one carton.

But last week’s opening of Campania Pizzeria may prove to be a paradigm shift for suburban pizza. Owners Stewart Muller and Jennifer Simmons, who also own this stripmall, have brought Alpharetta its very first true Neapolitan-style pizzeria.

Campania’s pizza toes the line on this tradition. The ingredients are few, remarkably simple and carefully sourced from Italy. From the delicately-soft double zero flour to San Marzano tomatoes to buffalo mozzarella, everything is by-the-book authentic.

The star at Campania is their oven. Imported from Italy it sits proudly on display in the dining room, emboldened with the restaurant’s name spelled in black tile. It’s fueled with a mix of oak and cherry logs. Temperatures inside reach a scorching 1000 degrees. Pizzas sit on a slab of volcanic rock cut from Mount Vesuvius.

It takes only about 90 seconds for the pizza to cook. Next the pie is slowly lifted inside the oven. Flames from the burning oak roll across the top of the oven, kissing the top of the pizza and charring the crust. A mere two seconds later the pizza is rescued from the inferno, cut and delivered to your table for immediate consumption.

Tartufo with Margherita DOC

Which pizza should you order? The Margherita DOC is traditional, with tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil and olive oil. The San Marzanos are a little sweet, the crust pillow-soft yet charred and the cheese slightly smokey. I prefer the Margherita without the buffalo mozzarella which can soften the bottom of the pizza due to higher water content. Purists may scoff, but it’ll also save you a few bucks.

Campania’s marinara pizza is amazingly simple yet surprisingly powerful with flavor. Without cheese the flavor of the tomato really shines. The pizza is topped with pungent sliced garlic and oregano.

By far the best pizza on Campania’s menu is the Tartufo. This white pizza has mozzarella and fontina cheeses, mushrooms, pancetta, sliced garlic and is topped with truffle oil and rosemary. There’s so much going on with this pizza – from pungent flavors, the aroma of the truffle oil, texture of the bread to the delightfully-salty pancetta. Amazing.

Pizzaiolo Stefano Rea is the talent at the oven. He spends as much time in the dining room glad-handing patrons as he does in the kitchen. Rea’s passion for his craft is genuine and he’ll chew your ear off talking Neapolitan pizzas. He’s past gigs include Sandy Spring’s Cibo e Beve and a brief stint at Erwood’s in Crabapple.

What’s Rea got up his sleeve next? How about black pizza dough infused with squid ink? It’s basically a black pizza topped with seafood galore. It’s, if anything, perhaps the most bizarre and intriguing menu item in Alpharetta.

Only two questions remain about Campania. First – is it as good as Atlanta’s Antico? Local foodies have been quietly beating a path to Campania’s door to get that question answered. Their pizzas are a tad smaller than Antico’s but very close to their taste and quality. The ambiance at Campania is far more comfortable and the staff much more friendly.

And second – will suburbanites embrace an authentic Neapolitan pizza? Remember, it isn’t burned, it’s charred. You can’t buy it by the slice. This isn’t Mellow Mushroom and it isn’t exactly kid-friendly. Once we get past these notions I believe Campania can be a game changer. Hopefully we’re seeing the start of a budding new restaurant scene along Alpharetta’s Main Street!

Photo Credit: Mike Murphy

Collet French Pastry Cafe – Alpharetta

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Francois Collet has a deep resume. The second generation French-born chef trained across the pond in addition to tutelage at the Culinary Institute of America. Past gigs have included Epcot in Orlando and the Buckhead Bread Company.

Collet apple pieBut you’re not likely to meet this cafe’s namesake in Alpharetta. Much like Sweet Tentations on Holcomb Bridge Road, Collet French Pastry is a retail arm of Monsieur Collet’s wholesale business. Located on Peachtree Industrial, Collet crafts delicate French pastries for five star hotels and restaurants.

Instead you’ll meet Catherine Taylor. Herself French-born, Taylor recently relocated from Florida where she retired as a culinary school instructor. Even though most of her products are made elsewhere, she’s certainly got a grasp of technique used to craft these works of art. And I could listen to her pronounce the names of French pastries all day.

Make your first visit for breakfast and try the apple pie. While not graced with a French name, these pies are beautiful and equally delicious. Thinly sliced apples are carefully arranged over a rich custard and held together by a pastry shell. Dusted with powdered sugar, it’ll satisfy your sweet breakfast tooth.

Or you can’t go wrong with a simple croissant. Collet’s is large and golden brown on the outside. It’s flaky exterior yields to a buttery soft and delicate texture inside. A chocolate-filled variety is available for a bit more.

Lunch options include quiche, sandwiches and soups. It’s a small menu at this point but could compete with places like Mittie’s Tea Room for ladies seeking a dainty yet delicious meal.

Collet’s cooler is home to a dizzying array of pastries, from tarts to eclairs. A flourless chocolate cake, who’s French name unfortunately escapes me, was outstanding. Velvety smooth chocolate is hugged by several chocolate shells. It’s adorned with edible gold leaf on top.

And you can’t go wrong picking up some cookies to go. They didn’t last long when shared with my co-workers. Neither did the coconut macaroons. Slightly crispy on the outside yet moist in the middle, they exploded with coconut flavor. You’ll eat every crumb.

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Collet is a keeper. The location is a bit of a challenge to find, but is certainly worth seeking out. Au revoir!

Collet French Pastry Cafe is located at 2225 Old Milton Parkway in the Sabri Guven building.

Rosati’s Pizza and Sports Pub – Cumming

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rosatis logoI love Chicago style food.  Pizza, hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches, it’s all good. But I’m conflicted over Rosati’s Pizza Pub, the Chicago chain that recently opened their first Georgia pizza pub across from The Collection Forsyth. The food is fantastic, however my experiences there have been less than stellar.

The space inside is, well, cozy. Booths and tables are crammed in wherever there is or perhaps isn’t room.  It’s an odd shaped place, with a dining area in the front, a bar area in the middle and restrooms miles away in the way back.  Adapting to a previous restaurant may not have given them a choice in a layout.  When it’s crowded it’s very difficult to navigate.

Speaking of crowded, it’s very loud during peak traffic times.  Besides all the conversations, there are a ton of TV’s providing sports and other entertainment.  One neat touch is a personal TV supplied in each booth.  In a world of distractions, they fit right in.

Enough about atmosphere, let’s talk turkey, er, pizza.  If you’re familiar with Chicago, you know about thin crust, deep dish and stuffed pizza.  Each location of Rosati’s has a slightly different menu.  The Cumming location doesn’t have the stuffed pizza which was made famous by Giordanos in Chicago.  I was pretty disappointed.

The thin crust is a type of paradox.  It’s a cracker crisp crust yet it’s able to support a good amount of tomato sauce and toppings.  It’s very tasty.

The deep dish just didn’t do it for me.  It was a mess of tomato sauce, just too much stuff and not enough to contain it. If you’re considering the deep dish, take my advice and call ahead.  It takes around 45 minutes to prepare.  If you time it right, the pizza will be ready when you sit down.

There’s a ton of pastas on the menu in a build your own format.  Choose a pasta, then a sauce, then additions.  My wife asked for a to go box as soon as the food hit the table, the portions were so huge.  The pasta was cooked very well and the sauces were flavorful without being too heavy or rich.

rosatis dough nuggets

Rosati’s dough nuggets

My all time favorite Chicago fare is the Italian beef sandwich.  My gold standard is Portillos in Chicago.  The Italian beef sandwich from Rosati’s is the closest to Portillos that I’ve ever had.  It was fantastic.  Huge, juicy and delicious.  The bread is toasted just enough to give a crust on the outside and slightly soggy on the inside as it absorbs all the juice from the meat.  I was in heaven.  It’s been hard for me to not order it every time we go.

Another shining star on the menu is an appetizer called Rosati’s dough nuggets.  It’s a huge tray of pizza dough bites covered in garlic butter sauce.  It comes with marinara sauce for dipping.  The best way I can describe them is pizza doughnuts.  Addictive.

I really want to like Rosati’s, but there are some details that have bothered me.  Some of the prices on the online menu are different on the in store menu.  For instance, the Italian beef sandwich online is $5.99 and $8.99 inside.  The difference I believe is the in store menu states the cost includes drink and fries.  I just wish they would say that online.  Slight let down.

And watch the bumpy and uneven pizza platforms. They have a tendency to slide the pies off the other side.  Pizza down!

The service has been extremely uneven, probably from new staff learning the ropes. I’m willing to overlook it for now. Be patient as the issues get ironed out over time.

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But the food at Rosati’s is good enough to get me back into the door, or maybe the to-go window.  Not sure I want to come in and hang out.  Rosati’s is real deal Chicago cooking. If they get a few things polished, they will become a go to place for anyone who is craving Midwest favorites.

Alpharetta Restaurant News – November 2013

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37 main logo37 Main – A Rock Cafe will plug in some new amplifiers in Johns Creek. Named for the address at their original location in downtown Buford, this restaurant, bar and music venue will open a second location in the former Barnacles space on Medlock Bridge Road. Expect a menu that resembles your typical casual American restaurant along with a steady stream of tribute bands.

Alpharetta will finally get a locally-owned doughnut shop. A new joint called DaVinci’s Donuts will open around the first of the year on 131 South Main Street. Their menu will feature only cake doughnuts with a huge variety of toppings and glazes. Pre-made doughnuts are available or customers can create their own to-order. And I’m told “hot now” will be offered. Look for DaVinci in the Alfresco shopping center at Main and Old Milton.

Looks like someone will finally fill the old Erwoods space in Crabapple. It’ll be 850°F Bar Pizza. Eli Zandman first reported on these guys and their plans to open in Midtown Atlanta. Looks like that’s fallen through and they’ve spied this location in Crabapple. It makes sense as the space already has a brick pizza oven capable of making Neapolitan-style pizzas. With the success of Campania and the promised arrival of Antico at Avalon, Alpharetta’s about to be overrun with Neapolitan pies. Not that this is a bad thing, but can this area support it?

And speaking of Campania… a restaurant called Kickshaw Grill will open in the same shopping center at 800 North Main Street. I’m told it’s a chef out of Clearwater Florida who plans a menu of Kobe-style beef and seafood.

Artuzzi’s on Windward is rebranding, becoming Annie’s Italian Kitchen. This was the last location for the struggling chain. It makes sense for them to buck the chain look and do something on their own.

blind murphy logoGrowler store owner Dave Sheets has sold Blind Murphy Craft Beer Market in downtown Alpharetta. He will instead focus on his hard soda business. Sheets was instrumental in crafting Alpharetta’s growler ordinance a few years ago. Who’s the new owner? We’re still in the dark.

Famous Original Pizza is now open in the former Mama’s Pizza location on Old Milton Parkway. And of course Salt Factory, eleven months in the making, is now open in downtown Alpharetta. Expect all sorts of buzz.

Rosati’s Pizza is open and busy near The Collection Forsyth. Don’t be in a hurry as their pies take forever to bake. And next door to Rosati’s used to be Laredo’s Mexican Grill. They’re a goner.

It’s hard to keep up with the ever-changing Indian restaurant scene, but I’ll do my best. Om Hyderabadi Indian Restaurant (formerly known as Zafraan) on has been bought by Sri Krishna Vilas. You might be familiar with their south Indian cooking on Windward Parkway. This Peachtree Parkway location in south Forsyth will be their second restaurant. And a little down the road is Myzenes Indian Coastal Cuisine which opened recently.

And Alpharetta’s quadruple restaurant row is now complete with the opening of Corner Bakery Cafe on Haynes Bridge. The lunch crowd at these joints is crazy. Do yourself a favor and hit Mama’s Pizza instead. It’s outstanding and just around the corner.

Restaurants Coming Soon

Collet French Pastry - Soft opening is next week for Francois Collet’s new joint. Look for them next to Sabri Guven Jewelry on Old Milton.
Great Harvest Bread – Still no word on when they open on Windward next to Mambo’s Cafe.
Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe – Expect an opening next week on Windward next to Ichiban.
Jose’s Mexican Grill – Mexican joint coming to North Point and Webb Bridge.
Urban Spice – Mexican/Indian fusion concept that Azul Agave will become.
Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt & Cupcakes – Froyo coming to The Collection Forsyth.
Tower Burger – South Main Street in a former Sonic Drive-in.
Dunkin Donuts – McFarland and Hwy 9 location is open. Peachtree Parkway near Dutch Monkey Doughnuts is next.
First Watch – They will anchor the new shopping center being built on Old Milton and North Point.

Chili Cookoff for Alpharetta’s Public Safety Foundation

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Chili_cookoff_Football 2013A unique chili fundraiser is growing and will be downtown this year. The event, previously held at a fire station in the Spring, raises money for the Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation. The charity provides funds and support for the city’s police and fire fighters.

For a small donation you’ll try dozens of chili samples made by firefighters and police. Kids can enjoy hot dogs, inflatable jumpies and face painting. The Georgia – Florida game will also be on the big screen TV.

What - Alpharetta’s Chili Cookoff
Who - Benefits the Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation
When - Saturday November 2nd 2:30 pm
Where - Old Roswell Street behind Smokejack
Cost - $10 for adults, $5 for children

Coro Reality to exercise options in Downtown Alpharetta

A long chapter in downtown Alpharetta’s development history may be coming to a close. Coro Reality is exercising its options to purchase 2.5 acres of prime downtown property. Looking back with hindsight, the deal is a case study in how not to arrange a public-private partnership with developers. Here’s the back-story.

Way back in 1997 Alpharetta’s Community Development Department was looking for ways to spur growth and development downtown. Sound familiar? They crafted a sweetheart deal with Buckhead-based Coro Reality Advisors. Coro was granted a 30 year ground lease on the properties along Roswell Street. They also had an exclusive option to purchase the properties during the life of the lease.

Coro promised they would develop two restaurants, retail and office space on the property. The city thought it was just what downtown needed, a little push to get development moving.

And to Coro’s credit, they did build Alpharetta Town Commons, the property where Corner Deli and Aria Salon now live. It’s a pretty building that fits well into Milton Avenue.

But one of the promised restaurant spaces turned out to be half baked. The suite where Corner Deli now operates was instead designed to be a coffee shop or ice cream parlor. It wasn’t built with a grease trap or restaurant-grade hood. Operating a deli here is pushing the space’s use.

Long vacancies have also plagued Alpharetta Town Commons. Meanwhile Coro’s other local property, the Alpharetta Crossing shopping center, has thrived. The property on Haynes Bridge (currently anchored by Walmart Neighborhood Market) received a lot of attention from Coro over the years, remaining almost fully leased through the recession.

By 2007 Alpharetta has had enough. Lead by the city’s Development Authority who oversees the ground lease, Alpharetta pushes Coro to do more. It was then that the spec restaurant space at 45 Roswell Street was born.

Measuring in at 5,300 square feet with a 1,300 square foot patio, it’s one of the biggest restaurant spaces in town. Certainly a large and thriving restaurant  would bring people downtown?

The restaurant has sat empty the entire time, unmarketable to an industry looking for much smaller spaces like Pure Taqueria down the street. Unfinished on the inside, it’s a beautiful facade on empty hopes.

Coro nearly had the place sold in 2011 to a film production company. The deal fell through. Thankfully the rumor is that Coro may have found a buyer for this space. And this may be the motive behind exercising the options on the property. We’ll keep an eye on who the future tenant might be.

The closure of the Coro story is relevant today. Alpharetta is actively seeking a development partner for the City Center project. The city has left the structure of that deal open, a negotiable detail that should be part of the proposals. Let’s hope there were some lessons learned from Coro that can be applied to City Center. Alpharetta can’t afford vacant and languishing properties in an area promised to be vibrant.

BB’s Bagels fails their health inspection, again

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I drove by BB’s Bagels last night at about 9:00. There was a contractor’s van parked out front and work going on inside. Apparently they’ve been in there all week working to right a terribly low inspection score. If you’ve not seen it, BB’s earned a 47 when inspected last Friday.

A lot of folks have asked for my take. So here it is.

First the good news… BB’s isn’t getting dinged for the biggies – temperature holding violations and cross contamination risks. This is a good thing. I’ve talked before about how you sometimes need to look past the score and dig into the details of the violations.

That being said, there’s no excuse for BB’s to earn terrible scores over and over. Their inspection is rife with repeat violations. At a certain point it comes down to management. There is a well-documented process that needs to be followed. The rules are published and apply equally to every restaurant. Read them, learn them, love them and live them. It’s part of the blocking and tackling of running a restaurant.

BB’s will point to their building as the cause of their terrible scores. No doubt it’s in rough shape. Last week’s inspection cites floors, walls and ceilings as being in disrepair.

But they can’t continue to lean on this excuse. If I had to break down BB’s problems I would give equal weight to: 1) failure to follow basic processes 2) crumbling building and 3) dirty and filthy conditions. The place is just a mess all the way around.

So will I go back? Not for now. I gave up eating in and ordering off their menu long ago because of the dirty conditions. Now I’ll have to find an alternative to my weekly take-out bagel. It sucks because I appreciate the vibe and character of this joint.

We’ll revisit BB’s later on to see if their renovations and training can turn things around. In the meantime, fugetaboutit!

A glimpse into Alpharetta’s restaurant scene 16 years ago

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wacky world dragon

Last weekend I took the kids to the Wacky World playground at Alpharetta’s Wills Park. If you’ve never been, it’s a terrific playground filled with fun things to do for all ages. And even though the equipment is 16 years old and all made of wood, the city’s parks department maintains it well.

The playground was build by a small army of volunteers from across the community. Signs thanking those involved still hang at the entrance and read like a who’s who of Alpharetta life a generation ago. You’ll find old councilmen and newspaper guys who still get bylines today. There’s long-bankrupt companies that once had offices here. I laughed when I saw Bear Stearns, the investment bank that failed in the 2008 financial meltdown.

And scattered among the list of companies are over 30 restaurants. Then it jumped out at me. This was Alpharetta’s restaurant scene in 1997. These were the places that were active in the community, sending volunteers and money to make Wacky World a reality.

Having first set foot in Alpharetta in 1999, I remember a few of these places. But many I don’t. And it’s mostly the fast food that’s survived. How sad. But it provides some perspective into how competitive this business is and how many restaurants don’t make it.

So without further ado, I present the Alpharetta restaurants of 1997. How many of these do you remember?

  • Amore Pizza
  • Arby’s
  • Blimpie
  • Boston Market
  • Brueggers Bagels
  • Burger King
  • Chili’s Grill & Bar
  • Domino’s Pizza, N Main St
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Fuddrucker’s
  • Hardee’s
  • Hooters
  • Houck’s Grille
  • Houlihan’s
  • Kenny Rogers Roasters
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Lisbon Bakery
  • Longhorn Steaks
  • Low County Barbecue
  • Manhattan Bagel
  • McDonalds
  • Mozzerella Cafe
  • O’Charley’s
  • Papa Johns’s Pizza
  • Picadilly Cafe
  • Ryan’s Family Steakhouse
  • Sonny’s Real Pit BAR-B-Q
  • Southern Skillet
  • TGI Fridays
  • Waffle House
  • Wendy’s
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