Breakers Korean BBQ Founder Bringing Italian Food Experience to Alpharetta

TOSCANA ITA (short for Italian) is the name of Bobby Kim's forthcoming venture.
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Based on a recent business filing, Alpharetta could be in for a new full-service Italian restaurant.

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Named TOSCANA ITA, the concept is owned by Bobby Kim, the founder of the unconventional Breakers Korean BBQ restaurant. Breakers aims to share the best of Korean culture and food through its signature barbecue flavor profiles, first-class dining experience and extensive grill-your-own menu. It has often been called the best Korean BBQ in Atlanta with AJC.com saying the restaurant “offers one of the most reliable renditions in town.”

With two locations in the Atlanta area – Duluth and Dunwoody, the brand has expanded to Frisco and Sugar Land, Texas, and Fairfax, Virginia.

With the success and growth of Breakers, it’s no surprise that Kim might have his sights set on another beloved world cuisine. And no better place to start than with Italian. TOSCANA is set to be located at 5805 Windward Pky., taking the place of a former Black Walnut Cafe which shut down in September 2019.

Kim had not returned a request for comment at time of publication.

Danita White

Danita White

Danita White is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. Born in Georgia and raised in Texas, she reports on new and forthcoming businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth markets.
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1 month ago

I think you need to lead with the Toscana news, that is your headline. The rest is filler and not the purpose of your story.

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