The breakfast-all-day eatery should open by the end of the year.
Flying Biscuit Cafe has secured a lease at Howell Mill Village, Leslie Mintz, leasing agent at Regency Centers, the property’s owner, told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in email early Thursday.
The Atlanta-born breakfast-all-day franchisee will be situated in space 16, a 2,400-square-foot canvas in the Publix-anchored shopping center.
Flying Biscuit Cafe should open in quarter four of this year, Mintz tweeted to WNA earlier this week, joining restaurants like Chipotle, Jersey Mike’s Subs, and Malaya.
The forthcoming Howell Mill Village Flying Biscuit Cafe is a “relocation” of the outpost formerly in operation on Northside Drive in the Paces Ferry Plaza, according to the restaurant’s website.
Flying Biscuit Cafe, founded in 1993 by Delia Champion, now owned and operated by Big Game Brands (formerly known as Raving Brands), has Atlanta-area locations in Brookhaven, Buckhead (Terminus), Candler Park, Johns Creek, Midtown, Norcross, Peachtree City, Rowell, Sandy Springs.
The restaurant has expanded outside of Georgia with locations in Florida, North Carolina, and a Dallas, Texas Flying Biscuit Cafe coming soon.