Graveyard Tavern Owner To Open Freshii Franchise In Colony Square

Canadian fast-casual restaurant—second in Georgia—will serve burritos, wraps, soups, salads, and frozen yogurt.
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Dustin Saboorian, the owner of Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta Village, is opening Freshii in Midtown.

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The Canadian fast-casual franchise will be situated in Colony Square’s 100 building across from the center’s soon-to-reopen Starbucks.

“Prior to my ventures in the food and beverage industry, I worked for a company housed within Colony Square and have always loved the fast-paced, lively energy that surrounds this corner of Midtown,” Saboorian said in a prepared statement.

“We’re eager to engage with Colony Square’s active lunch crowd and are confident our healthy and affordable offerings will appeal to everyone, from busy office workers to passersby looking for a delicious meal on the go.”

Freshii features a wide variety of dining categories, including bowls, burritos, salads, wraps, soups, smoothies, and juices.

The restaurant will roll out new items that “incorporate the latest health and food trends” every 90 days.

The Colony Square location—the second in Georgia—will also offer catering options, plus, guests can order ahead using the Freshii Orders app.

Freshii is the second latest restaurant announced for Colony Square in recent days.

Rumi’s Kitchen is heading to the Midtown mixed-use, set to take the place of the yet-to-open Iselle Kitchen and Bar.

Steve Palmer is moving forward with plans to open Sukoshi in Colony Square later this year.

Sukoshi’s 2,000 square-foot space will combine an “authentic sushi experience with a cheeky, on-the-go atmosphere.”

Earlier this month, Colony Square celebrated the grand opening of The Grove, an urban park on 14th Street, the reopening of Chick-fil-A, and the new Building 400 Lobby.

Additional experiences coming to Colony Square include the 25,000-square-foot Main & Main food hall, an iPIC movie theatre, and the return of Moe’s.

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Caleb J. Spivak

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