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Opening Soon: Suite, Sobban, Salt Factory, plus new Roswell pizzeria

Drink-Menu-resizedSuite Food Lounge Opening Downtown

Located in the space formerly occupied by Luckie Food Lounge, the full service restaurant and lounge will open September 19, serving contemporary American cuisine with traditional Southern influences.

The menu, created by chef Michael Stevenson, features small plates, wood-fired pizzas, and lunch and dinner entrees, plus a limited lounge menu for late night dining. Look for coffee drinks, fresh juices and homemade pastries from pastry chef Tonisha Jackson. The beverage program will focus on boutique wines and craft cocktails.

375 Luckie St. NW, Atlanta, 404-577-2500, suiteatl.com.

Sobban Set to Open in Decatur

Dubbed a Korean-Southern diner, Sobban is set to open October 1 in the former Kitsch’n 155 space on Clairmont Road. The new concept from Cody Taylor and Jiyeon Lee of the wildly popular Heirloom Market BBQ, will feature the likes of Korean-style pork chops, noodle dishes, and tempura veggies, plus shaved ice desserts and a creative beverage program.

In other news, Heirloom is offering dine-in service again, though it’s standing room only on the patio, thanks to Cobb County regulations. 1788 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, heirloommarketbbq.com.

Salt Factory Set to Open in Alpharetta

After a series of delays, restaurateurs Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac of F&H Food Trading Group and culinary director Bob McDonough are set to debut their fourth venture together with the second location the Salt Factory Pub in historic downtown Alpharetta on October 14.

102 South Main Street, Alpharetta, saltfactorypub.com.

The other three F&H restaurants, all on Canton Street in historic downtown Roswell, include Opulent, Little Alley Steak and the original Salt Factory Pub.

In early 2014, look for one more F&H concept to land on Canton Street in the form of a chef-driven, fast-casual pizzeria concept with canned beers and a limited wine list.

— Bob Townsend, AJC Food and More.

5 comments Add your comment

GraysonBird

September 17th, 2013
7:40 am

Would someone build a decent redneck spot near Ozora Rd. Coopers just doesn’t cut it anymore.

Old School

September 17th, 2013
12:08 pm

Heck I’d just settle for a good, old tavern or pub that’s not a “sports bar”.

JB

September 17th, 2013
2:46 pm

Just an Ad. A market very under served is Columbia County , Georgia. It is THE bedroom community of Augusta. Has a bigger population than Forsyth County, and income to match. 140,000 in a 5 mile radius and 550,000 in a 15 mile radius. Income per capita in Columbia county on par with ANY Atlanta suburb. Very few National or regional choices. GOLDMINE. Check it out. Bass Pro and Cabela’s just broke ground on new stores. Bring your Concept or franchise here.

WAR EAGLE

September 17th, 2013
3:08 pm

meh! I’d rather go to Kiosco’s. Don’t need the fancy shmancy prices to go along with the Elf sized servings. Care to join us for some Bandejo Paisa or Medio Pollo Mr. Kessler?

Pritam P. wasnik

September 23rd, 2013
10:32 am

Sir,
i agrre with you any terms and conidshon