HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern Set To Open Sixth Location In Peachtree City

The citizens of Peachtree City will get some additional neighborhood flare in 2024 with a new HOBNOB location.
HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern Set To Open Sixth Location In Peachtree City
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About 40 miles south of Downtown Atlanta is the quaint but progressively growing town of Peachtree City, and its residents are getting a new food spot in HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern.

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According to a press release received by What Now Atlanta, HOBNOB will open its newest location at The Avenue Peachtree City in early 2024. The tavern will make its home in a new phase under construction of the outdoor, pedestrian-friendly development that offers a dynamic mix of national retailers, local merchants, and restaurants.

HOBNOB is a part of Big Table Restaurants, co-owned by husband and wife Sean and Becky Yeremyan. The Peachtree City location will be Big Table’s sixth HOBNOB location at 240 City Circle, and the group is excited to add HOBNOB to the various restaurants coming to The Avenue Peachtree City.

“We’re very excited to bring HOBNOB to the vibrant community of Peachtree City,” Yeremyan said in the press release. “We can’t wait to welcome guests to experience the food they’ve come to know and love at our other locations, along with our amazing bourbon list and special events.”

Like the other HOBNOB restaurants, the Peachtree City location will offer refined local fare in a friendly neighborhood setting. HOBNOB is known for great burgers, weekend brunch, an extensive bourbon list, and a commitment to each community it is located in.

The lease for the Peachtree City location was brokered by Penelope Cheroff, president and founder of The Cheroff Group.

The new tavern will be a welcoming destination for guests to watch their favorite sports on numerous TVs, play one of the many board games and enjoy weekly specials like Tuesday Trivia and Whiskey Wednesday. Future patrons can expect daily food offerings, serving lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. It will also offer live entertainment on the weekends.

Additional HOBNOB locations include Alpharetta/Halcyon, Atlantic Station, Brookhaven, Dunwoody, and a soon-to-open Vinings location.

Sean and Becky Yeremyan are also behind Cattleshed Wine & Steak Bar and Big Table Events & Catering.

Joshua Rodgers

Joshua Rodgers

Lover of Culture. Curator of Motivation. Advocate for Equity. Josh Rodgers is a writer, content creator, and DEI practitioner originally from Memphis, TN. He works with Habitat for Humanity International – creating strategies, tools, and resources that support the organization's global DEI strategy for over 1,000 local affiliated organizations. Josh also serves as a content writer for Blavity, Inc. His work can be seen across several of the organization's verticals, including AfroTech, Blavity News, and Shadow & Act. Josh is also a contributing writer for Buzzfeed, highlighting the nuanced experiences of Black culture and entertainment. When he isn't writing and disrupting spaces with his DEI work, he can be found on the mic as the co-host and founder of The Jigsaw Podcast. It's a platform dedicated to helping Black millennials attempt to navigate life, the craziest puzzle piece ever created. Josh holds a B.A. in Political Science from Morehouse College, an MPA in Non-Profit Management from Arkansas State University, and an MPP in Community and Economic Development from Georgia State University. Josh lives in the Atlanta area with his wife, Asha, and two sons, Joshua II and Jayden Alexander.
Joshua Rodgers

Joshua Rodgers

Lover of Culture. Curator of Motivation. Advocate for Equity. Josh Rodgers is a writer, content creator, and DEI practitioner originally from Memphis, TN. He works with Habitat for Humanity International – creating strategies, tools, and resources that support the organization's global DEI strategy for over 1,000 local affiliated organizations. Josh also serves as a content writer for Blavity, Inc. His work can be seen across several of the organization's verticals, including AfroTech, Blavity News, and Shadow & Act. Josh is also a contributing writer for Buzzfeed, highlighting the nuanced experiences of Black culture and entertainment. When he isn't writing and disrupting spaces with his DEI work, he can be found on the mic as the co-host and founder of The Jigsaw Podcast. It's a platform dedicated to helping Black millennials attempt to navigate life, the craziest puzzle piece ever created. Josh holds a B.A. in Political Science from Morehouse College, an MPA in Non-Profit Management from Arkansas State University, and an MPP in Community and Economic Development from Georgia State University. Josh lives in the Atlanta area with his wife, Asha, and two sons, Joshua II and Jayden Alexander.
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