Olive Bistro, Swirl Frozen Yogurt, Cafe at Pharr and others to open at Town Brookhaven

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Latest restaurant and retail line-up for the Brookhaven development

Town Brookhaven, the 600,000-square-foot Sembler Co. project on Peachtree Road near Oglethorpe University, has announced a healthy line-up of retail and dining tenants.

Our real estate expert wrote an opinion piece on the 54-acre Brookhaven development leaving our readers wondering: what other restaurants and retailers are opening there?

So we’ve scoured our sources for the latest on what’s already opened at Town Brookhaven and what’s slated to open.

Here’s what residents and neighbors are currently enjoying, according to the developments website:

Publix, Costco Boogaloos Boutique, Slack’s Restaurant, Brookhaven Bistro, Valenza Restaurant, and Noche.

Here’s a list of future tenants, according to the development’s website:

LA Fitness, CinéBistro, There Restaurant and Bar, Swirl Frozen Yogurt, Cafe at Pharr, Flying Biscuit, Olive Bistro, The Cup Cake Bistro, Honey Butter Boutique, Mali Thai & Sushi, Which Wich, Optique, Nail Talk & Tan, Lila Boutique and Collage Boutique.

What else would you like to see open there?

Town Brookhaven
4330 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

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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Dettmann1
9 years ago

I think you need to take little trip there to see whats open. Your list for Town Brookhaven is not accurate when it comes to what’s open.

mtn
9 years ago

an independent coffee shop…. NOT a starbucks or a caribou.

Chris
9 years ago

Several of these, like Pub 71, Mellow Mushroom and Hudson Grill are not in Town Brookhaven but are down the street in another shopping center.

Tyrone Biggums
9 years ago

MTN- I think there is already an independent coffee shop at Town Brookhaven. It is next to Noche. I forget the name of it but I drove by yesterday and saw it.

Tyrone Biggums
9 years ago

FYI- per the Cafe at Pharr website, their Brookhaven location will be called “Baci Restaurant & Bar”.

Olive Bistro looks good. Very happy to have a Middle Eastern place in Brookhaven.

Also excited about Mali Thai & Sushi- their VaHi location has good reviews.

Which Wich is also a solid casual lunch place.

I’m getting very excited about this development!

Phillip
9 years ago

The name of the coffee shop is The Cup.

9 years ago

That would be a great spot for a little market – something like Savvi in Inman Park.

mtn
9 years ago

the cup cafe is a cupcake place i think. http://www.thecupgourmet.com/

Urbanist
9 years ago

Brookhavenite: Wow, look at all these new shops we have! City-Dweller: Aren’t they mostly just new locations of existing businesses, all of which are pretty blase to begin with? Brookhavenite: No way! They’re new, because they just built them in this fancy new area, called Town! City-Dweller: I’m pretty sure most of these places are chains Brookhavenite: Oh, well that’s ok. I mean, look! frozen yogurt and another new restaurant with TV’s all over the place! City-Dweller: Yeah, frozen yogurt is all over the place, and why would you want tv’s in the restaurants you eat in? Brookhavenite: Because if… Read more »

12-Inch Sandwich
9 years ago

The Cup opened last week (Wednesday I believe). High quality coffee beans and the cupcake I had was very good. The eye place (called Reflections Eyecare or something) is already open as well. A second boutique opened next to Boogaloos in the last couple weeks (I can’t remember the name, possibly the Collage place). Brookhaven Bistro isn’t in Town Brookhaven (it is just south of Town Brookhaven on Peachtree). LA Fitness isn’t open yet, but should be this summer sometime I believe. CineBistro isn’t open yet either, but should be open sometime this spring/summer. Valenza restaurant isn’t open (not even… Read more »

Trina
9 years ago

I thought the coffee place was called two baristas one cup?

UUU YYY
9 years ago

They should add several Urban and Hip-Hop themed night clubs. That would REALLY attract alot of business.

Harry
9 years ago

Woah, woah, woah here. Why is there NOT a BURGER PLACE here in Town??? Has the city got wind of that, yet? Doesn’t every developer know you must have a restaurant solely devoted to the hamburger now in order to pass code?

cvo
9 years ago

in & out burger!!!! west coast folks know what i’m talking about and starbucks or a coffee bean

Dbaganist
9 years ago

Urbanist is a serious a$$hole. Go away please.

Stranger
9 years ago

Brookhavenite: Gee City Dweller, you seem to be in a really bad mood. Don’t you like it here in Brookhaven? City-Dweller: Actually, it’s repulsive. I’d rather eat my own vomit than hang out here in one of these shitty restaurants with all of you lame, boring people. Brookhavenite: Well, maybe you shouldn’t bother coming back here anymore if you hate it so much. After all, no one is forcing you to come here. We really don’t want anyone with such a hideously negative attitude out here anyway. City-Dweller: I can go wherever I want and say whatever I want douchebag.… Read more »

Urbanist
9 years ago

Brookhavenite: Oh, one more thing city dweller…I don’t really ever see you in Brookhaven, so what does it matter to you? City-Dweller: You’re right, I don’t ever come to this neighborhood. I prefer places that don’t homogenize everything in sight. But since you asked, it matters to me, because there are progressive neighborhoods in Atlanta that have a lot of promise, independence, style, & creativity, and well, your neighborhood is just a bit of a stain on the rest of the city. You see, I know you and the rest of your buddies in Brookhaven are content eating at restaurants… Read more »

Darin
9 years ago

Ignore Urbanist.

Urbanist
9 years ago

It’s funny – The common response is to ignore me. I suspect that response typically comes from those who don’t like what I say, but have nothing to offer in terms of a compelling counter-argument. It’s like what happens when people can’t understand the real news, and so they just turn the channel to Fox. Of course, most of those that don’t like what I say probably feel that way, because they are the type of tasteless, middle-management people, whose most exciting thing they have to look forward to for the rest of their lives is an annual trip to… Read more »

Givens
9 years ago

Urbanist, you’re right (as usual)…..you’re so worldly, successful, and cultured. I mean seriously, what government working webmaster from Kennesaw State isn’t? You are the man!!!!!

Mike
9 years ago

Urbanist, everything you say is your opinion – it is neither right nor wrong. Nobody bothers to debate with you because you can’t have a conversation with someone who thinks they are ALWAYS right. Nobody likes people like you, so get used to it.

Urbanist
9 years ago

Of course it’s my opinion, and of course some opinions are more subjective than others. For example, if I have a positive opinion of a particular restaurant, that doesn’t mean everyone else does. However, there are also some opinions that are based on observation and fact. For example, the observation that Atlanta has far too many condos, far too many parking lots, and far too much speculative development, but could benefit heavily from the development of urban apartments is an opinion. However, it is an opinion based on fact and professional expertise. If you disagree with that, that’s fine, but… Read more »

Givens us a break.....
9 years ago

What does a webmaster know about the development of urban apartments? Stick to mastering the web.

Really?
9 years ago

Urbanist,

Sorry that Atlanta isn’t your idea of a great city, and that the many small, different pockets of areas within the city suck. Some of us enjoy Brookhaven, Buckhead, Midtown, VaHi, etc for what they are. Please feel free to go to another city that may be more to your liking, such as New York City or Chicago.

Thank you,

The rest of us

Julia
9 years ago

Urbanist: Everyone has the right to choose to live their life how they want to. If someone wants to live their life in 1 of 4 mass produced floor plans, eating pre-cooked meals, and spending all their free time tending to their lawn, that’s their prerogative. What a narrow viewpoint you have of our community. This Brookhaven resident enjoys taking Marta to and from work, being able to walk to the outstanding new Publix so she can make homecooked meals, not spending time tending to her lawn since it’s the size of a postage stamp and full of plantings rather… Read more »

Paul R
9 years ago

Ouch. As a transplant from the northeast, I was excited to see Slacks Hoagie Shack in Atlanta. That’s about as far as it went. Major disappointment. My wife and I ate there three separate times, and each time was dismal, but kept wanting to give them another shot. On two occasions, the hoagie roll on mine was FROZEN! Seriously, frozen bread? My wife’s antipasto salad came without lettuce, the server? Well, the polite thing to say is she just didn’t know what to do. Service is slow, food is so-so and the prices are way too high. On our last… Read more »

Reply to Urbanist
9 years ago

So, Urbanist….. your opinion is severely irrelevant, so stop giving it! Chains are obviously popular, and aren’t going anywhere. I bet you’ve been to at least one chain. Publix is a chain, so is pretty much every popular clothing store out there, so unless you spend your life confined inside of Little Five Points, where there aren’t any chains, except Starbucks, then stay over there, and leave Town Brookhaven alone!

Heather
7 years ago

We’ve been going to the Costco in Town Brookhaven for about a year now, and finally got around to checking out some of the reastaurants there, and almost all are better than average. The Old Blind Dog is a rather run of the mill, Irish themed bar with what you expect for “pub grub”. We really liked Stir Crazy, but they seemed to have disappeared. The two stand outs are Bua and There, both have exceptional food and the bison burger at There may be the best burger in all Atlanta. Noche is a fun place as well. All in… Read more »

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