Spiced Right Ribhouse Joins Milton’s Crabapple Market

The mixed-use development announced its latest restaurant partners.
Spiced Right Ribhouse Joins Milton’s Crabapple Market
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Joining DUA Vietnamese, Roll On In Sushi Burritos & Bowls, Alumni Cookie Dough, and Buzzed Bull Creamery in Milton’s Crabapple Market, will be Spiced Right Ribhouse, an outpost of Roswell’s “old-school and authentic” Georgia BBQ brand.

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A purveyor of delicious BBQ, Spiced Right smokes its pork and brisket all night long, and sides are made in-house daily. The family-run business served the Lilburn community for twenty years before moving on to the Roswell and Suwanee areas.

Leased by Ackerman & Co., Crabapple Market is a property of Orkin & Associates Investments. Ackerman & Co, the Atlanta-based full-service real estate firm. To date, the company, founded in 1967, has developed and acquired 37 million square feet of office, medical, industrial, retail and mixed-use space, has 4.5 million square feet under management, and maintains an investment portfolio valued at $1 billion.

“Leasing momentum at Crabapple Market has been fantastic,” Courtney Brumbelow, Executive Vice President at Ackerman Retail said in a written statement. “These leases add a diverse mix of restaurant and retail concepts as Crabapple Market evolves into an increasingly vibrant live-work-play destination from morning through night.” Brumbelow and Haley Hartman completed the leases on behalf of Crabapple Market.

We’re awaiting further comment from Rob Holloway, owner of Spiced Right. An exact opening timeline for the restaurant’s Crabapple Market outpost has not been announced.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.

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