Marietta To Get Second Reveille Café, Fifth in Georgia

The 'coffeehouse cafe'—from the founder of J. Christopher's—is planned for West Cobb Marketplace.

A second Reveille Café is planned for Marietta, this time in suite 600 of the West Cobb Marketplace.

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The “coffeehouse cafe” is a concept from Jeff (Jay) McCann, the owner and founder of J. Christopher’s, and his wife Nicole.

Reveille Café could start serving its breakfast and brunch menus as early as July 15, 2018, McCann in an email Monday told What Now Atlanta.

All-day eats include everything from Fruit Crepes to a Black Bean Burger and specialty items like The Mystic Stuffed French Toast.

The Mystic has cream cheese frosting-filled bread dipped in an egg/cornflake mixture, grilled and topped with strawberries, bananas, rum sauce.

A site plan for the center, at 2500 Dallas Highway, lists J. Christopher’s in suite 600.

McCann decided to open a Reveille Café at the Publix-anchored West Cobb Marketplace instead given its proximity to Town Center, Kennesaw—home to a J. Christopher’s.

Reveille Café has four existing Georgia locations: Acworth, Johns Creek, Marietta (Shallowford Road), and Sugar Hill.

Reveille Cafe - West Cobb Marketplace
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The coffeehouse cafe will occupy corner space suite 600 | Site Plan: Retail Planning Corporation

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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