‘How Crispy Express’ Walk-Up Window Coming to Summerhill’s Georgia Avenue

The new counter-service sandwich shop is expected to open in early 2020.
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A new sandwich concept from Atlanta-based Benumkermi Hospitality Syndicate restaurant collaborative will be joining the mix of retailers and restaurants along Summerhill’s Georgia Avenue.

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How Crispy Express is set to begin serving sandwiches from a walk-up window in early-2020

“Atlanta has a real passion for eating great food, but as of yet, we don’t have a signature sandwich such as a Philly Cheese Steak or a Kentucky Hot Brown to call our own,” stated collaborative member Greg Best in a press statement Tuesday.

“We hope to fix that.”

Best is also co-founder of Holeman and Finch Public House and Krog Street Market’s Ticonderoga Club.

“After spending time on Georgia Avenue with the Carter USA [development] team, we knew this would be the perfect location to open How Crispy Express, and we look forward to becoming a sought-after destination in Atlanta.” 

The 750-square-foot counter-service restaurant will occupy a window and patio space next to Wood’s Chapel BBQ and Junior’s Pizza, across the street from Little Tart Bakeshop and Big Softie.

The space will offer limited barstool seating in the front window, in addition to an open-air patio overlooking the bustling retail and restaurant district.

An additional tenant from across the way, Halfway Crooks Beer, will be serving a custom “Lil’ Buddy” sandwich designed specifically for their space by How Crispy Express.

In addition to this concept, other restaurants set to open along Georgia Avenue include Press Start, Little Bear, Redacted, Hot Dog Pete’s, Hero Doughnuts and D Boca N Boca

Kamille D. Whittaker

Kamille D. Whittaker is an Atlanta-based journalist, editor and researcher.
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