A new restaurant just opened in Smyrna called Wade’s Fine Eatery and Good Time Emporium. It was started by JD Childress and Jason McClure, who previously worked at South City Kitchen and Flip Burger Boutique, respectively.
The menu features “casual American” foods such as burgers, fries, sandwiches and appetizers. There is wine, cocktails, and 12 taps featuring eight craft beers.
The family-friendly restaurant backs up to the Concord Road Linear Park. It has three bars, including one on the rooftop patio. Dogs are welcome on the downstairs patio. It will be open for lunch and dinner from 11am – 10pm Monday – Thursday and 11am – Midnight Friday and Saturday, and 11am – 9pm Sunday.
The exact address of Wade’s Fine Eatery and Good Time Emporium is 1061 Concord Rd. Check back for more info on Smyrna’s restaurants and businesses.
A unanimous decision was made by the Smyrna City Council a few weeks ago that the growler specialty shops will now be allowed to sell alcoholic beverages.
The wine and malt drinks must be consumed on the site and no more than a fourth of the growler’s shop’s gross income can come from the sale of the alcohol. Check out The Stout Brothers, a growler shop in the Smyrna Market Village.
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The well-renowned Latino sandwich restaurant El Super Pan is coming to the Battery at SunTrust Stadium near Smyrna.
Started by Chef Hector Santiago, the restaurant will feature fan favorites like the Cubano Mixto – a pressed sandwich on traditional Cuban bread. The cocktails will include custom cocktails including pina coladas, pisco sours, caipirinhas and spirits.
The space will be 4,200 square feet and have seating for 90 people at tables and a bar. There will be a private dining room that seats 40 and an inner patio that seats 40 as well.
The other location is located at Ponce City Market. El Super Pan will be open for lunch and dinner every day of the week. It’s set to open spring 2018. See other restaurants at the Battery, and things going on in Smyrna!
Real Subs Cafe will be the latest retail space in the Shops at Belmont in Smyrna. The concept will be the “big box” version of its upscale concept store Real Subs Cade, which is in the Olde Ivy Village Shopping Center. It will add over-the-counter deli services and deli sandwiches.
“At our new location, we will be offering fresh-sliced organic bulk meats and cheeses and an assortment of all-natural deli salads over-the-counter,” says Thomas Doty, president and owner of Real Subs Cafe.
The restaurant aims to open in early 2018. Great Life Smyrna has the latest on new restaurants in Smyrna!
The many behind Porch Light, the restaurant voted Best Business Lunch in Smyrna, is opening a second establishment nearby.
Andre Gomez is opening a space tentatively called El Back Porch which will replace Hungry Howies. It will be an extension of what’s been created at Porch Light Latin Kitchen, somewhat Spanish and somewhat Carribean.
The menu will rotate through small plates and delicious cocktails. The space is 1,400 square feet and will have a 20 seat wrap-around bar.
Located at 400 Village Green Circle, the restaurant in Smyrna Market Village is expected to open by the end of the year or early 2018.
There are lots of fun places to eat in Smyrna! Take a look!
The burger restaurant started by actor Donnie Wahlburg and his brothers, actor Mark Wahlburg and Chef Paul Wahlburg. Wahlburgers is now open at Braves SunTrust Stadium near Smyrna.
The Bostom-themed burger joint joins The Battery at SunTrust Park among several renowned restaurants.
After the opening in Atlanta, Wahlburgers is going to expand into other states, including: California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, North and South Carolina. To see what other businesses opened at The Battery, see here. To learn more about happenings in Smyrna, click here!
A cookie delivery company, Tiff’s Treats, has opened a new location this month in the Akers Mill/Cumberland area near Smyrna.
Tiff’s Treats already has three stores in Atlanta, including locations in Alpharetta, Midtown and Perimeter/Sandy Springs.
The Dallas-based company delivers baked-to-order cookies and brownies to homes and work places.
“Atlanta has been a fabulous market for us so far, and we’re just getting started,” Tiff’s Treats co-founder Leon Chen said according to Whatsnow.com, citing a news release.
The exact address is The Crossing at Akers Mill, 3051 Akers Mill. For more information about business development in Smyrna, click here!