Local franchisees Sylvester and Monique Smith hope to have the restaurant open by September.
The concept, founded by Troy Berry and Brian Clark, began in the duo's apartment during the pandemic and has since grown to a formidable and wholly inclusive black-owned bar and lounge.
The restaurant will be taken over by established restaurateur and native of Rome, Luigi Tartaglione.
Billed as the city’s first and longest-running food truck, the signature New Orleans slingers will be setting up shop on the ground floor of The Marbut.
The 24/7 automated pizzeria is set to make its Georgia debut with new locations in Buckhead and other areas around metro Atlanta.
The concept comes courtesy of Boxete Group, a local franchise group that is also opening a Mochinut and Jaws TPK later this year.
Part of the new dessert shop, taking up residence in Fairburn Mays, will be a charitable arm dubbed We Are One that sets bright and talented students up with college scholarships.
The franchise concept, which currently has 20 locations that are either open or coming soon across Georgia, is home to some unique dessert offerings including its namesake cobblers.
The restaurant, specializing in ‘superior seafood and sailor spirits,’ will open at The Village Dunwoody in late fall.
Hogan is passionate about ending food insecurity, so a local food bank is always among the beneficiaries of the proceeds from the restaurant’s charitable arm, My Community Matters.