A smoothie concept will be joining Switchman Hall, the food hall at the upcoming Terminal South development.
Smooth N Groove, featured last year on Good Morning America, has a food truck and a location in McDonough. The location at Terminal South will be co-owned by founder Keon Davis and restaurateur Lizcha Bennett.
The menu features fresh smoothies, juices and wraps, all named after popular dances, including the Soul Train (pineapple, orange, raspberry, banana); Roger Rabbit (carrot, passion fruit, banana); and Superman (apple, blueberry, raspberry, banana, protein powder, peanut butter).
The menu will also include savory options like the Twerkulator Turkey Burger and the Grooves Salad.
Davis and Bennett are bringing two other newly announced concepts to the food hall: Flat-Out Flatbreads and DM Sliders. Davis told What Now Atlanta that the new concepts are expected to be open in the first quarter of 2024.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to bring Lizcha and Keon’s brands to Terminal South,” Terminal South developer Melissa Ahrendt said in a press release. “Not only are they experienced operators, but their commitment to giving back to the community aligns perfectly with what we’re looking for in business owners at Terminal South. They just recently donated lunch for 100 people at the Peoplestown Reunion event and it was amazing to see them already integrating into the community a full year before they will even open.”
Terminal South is slated to open in 2024 in the Peoplestown neighborhood. The mixed-use development features approximately 45,000 square feet of space in two adapted warehouses, including a collection of restaurants making up Switchman Hall. The new food concepts join previously announced tenants, including Tiger K Cup Bob, Southern Grace, The Original Hot Dog Factory, Flower Paradise, Life Bistro, Sabu K Ramen and more.
The Stafford Properties-led development is located steps away from the Atlanta BeltLine and will be the final stop on the city’s first Bus Rapid Transit line.