Farm Stores, the largest and most innovative drive-thru store in America, is opening two franchise locations in Georgia.
The first will be located at 1305 Cedarcrest Rd. in Dallas. The second will be a Holly Commons location at 4240 Hickory Flat Highway in Canton. Both locations are listed as “coming soon” on the brand’s website.
According to updates posted to social media, the Cedarcrest location was expected to open earlier this year Construction delays, labor and cost issues kept pushing the date back. A new tentative opening date has yet to be announced.
Husband and wife team, Dave and Kate Stroth, are in charge of bringing Farm Stores to the Peach State. Combined, the two have over 40 years of experience in technology sales across multiple industries.
Created in Florida in 1957, Farm Stores is a unique hybrid of grocery store, bakery and restaurant. The brand offers guests the convience of shopping for milk, bread, eggs, fresh produce, and other grocery items without having to leave their car. Ready to eat snacks, from soft serve ice cream and smoothies to empanadas and cheese bread, are also offered. Guests simply drive up, order what they need, and then have the groceries loaded directly into their car.
The brand started franchising in Florida in 2015, and now have over 30 operating franchise locations. Along with Georgia, new locations are being planned in Florida, Kentucky, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Connecticut.
Farm Stores are open daily from 7 AM-11 PM.