Chef Sammy Davis To Open All-Day Brunch Joint Milk and Honey In College Park

Decatur and Snellville locations are also in the works.
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UPDATE (July 10, 2019): [Photos] The Real Milk and Honey Has Soft-Opened in College Park

Milk and Honey, the all-day brunch joint from Chopped Redemption winner Sammy Davis and partner Monique Rose Simms, is expanding to College Park.

The new restaurant, at 3719 Main Street, will open under a slightly different name, “The Real Milk and Honey.”

It will open near Soul Crab alongside Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen and Bar in the former Ronaldo’s Resto space.

Davis will return to Atlanta to helm the College Park kitchen, according to an announcement on the chef’s personal Instagram last week.

“It’s my way [of] saying thank you to everyone in the ATL that helped us get to where we are today,” Davis wrote on the social media site.

“[The Real Milk and Honey] will be nothing short of epic, and yes I will be doing the cooking myself!”

Milk and Honey’s original Atlanta outpost is in West Cascade, at 5495 Cascade Road.

It opened in 2017 to great fanfare.

Locations are also under construction in Decatur, at 2440 Wesley Chapel Road, and in Snellville, at 2296 Henry Clower Blvd SW.

It’s unclear if the Decatur and Snellville locations are corporate or franchise restaurants.

Davis and Simms are also in the process of opening an “express” version of the restaurant called “Milk and Honey Express” in Maryland which is home to two full-sized locations of the all-day brunch spot.

All of the new restaurants are on target to debut late-Summer 2019.

Davis and Simms did not immediately respond to What Now Atlanta’s request for comment.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.

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