New Concept 'Get Dinner To Go' Opening In Former Cascade Crossing RadioShack Space

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New Concept 'Get Dinner To Go' Opening In Former Cascade Crossing RadioShack Space

The restaurant will serve up 'an extra-ordinary to-go dining experience' in southwestern Atlanta.

Wedding photographer Drexel Mitchell is picturing himself as a restauranteur.

Mitchell this week secured a lease for Get Dinner To Go in the Cascade Crossing shopping center, at 3695 Cascade Road SW.

"Our mission is to provide an extra-ordinary to-go dining experience to everyone we serve through exceptional customer service and food," Mitchell said in a post on his personal Facebook page last week.

Get Dinner To Go will serve up "high quality, semi-gourmet and comfort food meals" with a three to five minute wait time and curbside pickup, according to the restaurant's website.

The to-go concept will replace the now-shuttered RadioShack in suite O, adjacent the AT&T store, at the Publix-anchored shopping center in southwestern Atlanta.

Atlantans will also be able to order meals from the Get Dinner To Go Website once the e-commerce component is up and running.

Mitchell and his team place an advertisement on Craigslist Atlanta last week looking for talent at the forthcoming eatery.

"If you know anyone that is looking for a longterm career with a restaurant company that offers advancement opportunities, top-notch training, paid vacation (for those who qualify), 401K, direct deposit and quarterly management bonuses, and massages during lunch hour, please complete the Expression of Interest form on our website."

Get Dinner To Go is expected to open in August.

Mitchell plans on opening several Get Dinner To Go stores under a franchising model.


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