Roswell-based Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee will open its new location at Halcyon on Saturday, February 15, according to an announcement Friday, joining the recently-debuted Pharaoh Nails and Spa.
Located on the west endcap of Halcyon’s Market Hall, across from Cherry Street Brewpub and the Village Green, the 2,418-square-foot coffeehouse is the company’s largest location to date and the first to use self-pour technology.
Land of a Thousand Hills, founded by Jonathan Golden in 2005, will serve 100 percent Arabica coffee alongside a 24-tap, pour-it-yourself beverage wall with a variety of beer, cider, and hard seltzer.
Since local Owners Ryan and Natalie Nguyen established the Johns Creek headquarters in 2009, Pharaoh Nails and Spa also opened a location in Marietta before choosing to expand to Forsyth County, located behind Halcyon’s Market Hall next to It’s a Sweet Life bakery.
The 2,514-square-foot salon, which can double as an event space, offers a spectrum of spa services including manicures, pedicures, waxing, permanent eyeliner, microblading, and eyelash extensions, and “premium” treatments complete with a rose petal salt bath, painted mud mask, and massage therapy.
Land of a Thousand Hills and Pharoah Nails and Spa’s openings bring the total number of retailers and restaurants open at the Forsyth County mixed-use village to 27.
Last week, three new tenants joined the soon-to-be-opened line-up, including first-to-market facial bar Clean Your Dirty Face, Duluth-based Korean barbecue Iron Age Korean Steak House, and local pet boutique Unexpected Pooch.