Moe’s Original Bar B Que To Open Two New Locations, N’Awlins Planned For Marietta Square

Outside-the-Perimeter happenings for the week of June 13.

Outside-the-Perimeter happenings for the week of June 13.

Leases have been signed and construction has started for two new Moe’s Original Bar B Que locations in the Atlanta area at 12020 Etris Rd Suite B-140 in Roswell and at the new Hudson Mill in downtown Carrollton. Both should open around September. There is currently a location in Midtown at 349 14th Street with different owners .

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The restaurants will serve “Bama-style” pulled pork, ribs, wings, turkey and chicken smoked over hardwood served with two unique sauces in addition to Catfish and a Shrimp Moe-Boy sandwiches. Additionally, a daily rotation of Southern sides and desserts will be served daily. Large party takeout orders and full service catering for parties and special events with delivery will also be made available.

Clean Plate Hospitality is bringing a new restaurant, “N’Awlins,” to Marietta Square, at 105 Park Square. Kish Restaurant, which formerly occupied the space, has been listed as “permanently closed” on OpenTable.

Clean Plate is also behind Reel Seafood in downtown Woodstock

Two new Waffle House restaurants are planned for Gwinnett, according to building permits on file with the county. One will be located at 5996 Lawrenceville Highway in Tucker, and another at 455 Bethesda School Road in Lawrenceville, at the Bethesda Walk Publix-anchored shopping center.

Roswell residents Sandra and Perry Pettett plan to renovate the Campbell Cottage on Canton Street into an independent coffee shop and book store, the AJC reports. The cafe will serve coffee, lunch and desserts, and is expected to open this fall.

Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.
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