Las Vegas’ Carson Kitchen Secures Lease in Alpharetta City Center

New mixed-use will welcome the restaurant in the old courthouse building in fall 2019.

Las Vegas’ Carson Kitchen has secured a lease for a location in Alpharetta City Center.

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The news, announced Wednesday in a press release, arrives more than a year after What Now Atlanta (WNA) uncovered a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the restaurant.

An exact location was not disclosed at the time of the LOI.

Carson Kitchen will be housed in the old courthouse building (pictured below) in Alpharetta City Center, at 4 South Main Street.

It will open fall 2019 under the direction of Chef and Owner Cory Harwell.

“Alpharetta is such a hotbed of activity right now,” Harwell said in the release.

“This is an amazing opportunity to be in front of a large diverse audience. I’m really looking forward to becoming a part of the community and being a part of the success of Alpharetta City Center.”

While the exterior of the building replicates the 1858 Milton County Courthouse, the interior of Carson Kitchen will be modern with approximately 120 seats.

Outdoor seating will be on the patio adjacent to the pedestrian walkway that runs from Main Street to Market Street Park, between the old courthouse and the mercantile building next door.

Harwell, the founder of parent company Eleven Hospitality Group, is originally from Woodstock.

“My adopted hometown may be Vegas but I’m a Georgia boy through and through,” Harwell said in a statement prepared for WNA at the time of the LOI.

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