Hobnob Dunwoody To Open December 12

Perimeter Place is home to the neighborhood tavern.

Hobnob on Wednesday, December 12 will open in Dunwoody.

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The neighborhood tavern is situated in the Perimeter Place shopping center, at 1221 Ashford Crossing.

Husband and wife team Sean and Becky Yeremyan are behind the new Hobnob.

“We are thrilled to bring our passion for people and service to the Dunwoody community,” Sean Yeremyan said in a press release Wednesday.

“Hobnob is truly a neighborhood joint; we’re here to build relationships with our guests and provide a comfortable, communal spot they can always count on for friendly service and a quality meal.”

The restaurant serves “tavern fare” like burgers, “classic entrees,” gluten-free options and more.

It will offer a craft beverage menu with “one of the largest selections of bourbons in the Southeast.”

Craft beer, wine, boozy and non-alcoholic milkshakes, and signature hand-crafted cocktails will also be available.

Guests can also count on live music and daily specials throughout the week.

The new restaurant will open with dinner service (5 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily) and weekend brunch starting Wednesday (10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.)

Lunch will be served weekdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning on Monday, December 17.

A new catering menu will also be launched in the coming months.

Midtown and Brookhaven are already home to Hobnob and a location is coming soon to Atlantic Station.

Hobnob Dunwoody Bourbon Shelves
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