Succulent Hospitality is Bringing Fresh Seafood to Woodstock’s Adair Park

The restaurant company will begin construction on Roberto's Deluxe in late June.
Succulent Hospitality is Bringing Fresh Seafood to Woodstock's Adair Park
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Succulent Hospitality is opening another restaurant in Woodstock’s Adair Park development. This summer, the company will begin construction on Roberto’s Deluxe, a new fresh seafood restaurant at 8212 Main Street. The restaurant will be located on the first floor corner suite of Building 1, and includes a patio for food and drinks.

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“As people are pulling into downtown Woodstock from the North, Roberto’s Deluxe will be the first thing they see on the right,” Jason Sheetz, co-owner of Succulent Hospitality, described to What Now Atlanta.

Inside, there will be a large open show kitchen at the very center with a raw bar and mounted steam kettles. Guests can watch as their food is prepared, including oysters and shellfish. “It will almost have a fish market kind of feel,” said Sheetz.

The restaurant company previously announced plans to open Oishii Sushi, a sushi and noodle bar, and Kung Fu Bar, a late-night club, as reported by What Now Atlanta.

Currently, they are working with Abbi Williams of Red Door Design Studios, who also helped design Under the Cork Tree, one of their restaurants in Sandy Springs.

Succulent Hospitality will source its seafood ingredients from their trusted purveyors: Halperns’, Inland Seafood, Farmers & Fishermen, and others.

At the time of writing, Sheetz says that they are still seeking a chef and taking bids for a contractor.

Roberto’s Deluxe is named after Succulent Hospitality’s first employee, who passed away a couple of years ago. The restaurant will serve as an homage to him and his family. “He was by far the best oyster shucker,” said Sheetz. “We’re going to have a big mural on the wall of him that helps us remember him everyday.”

Cathy Gonzalez

Catherine is a writer originally from Florida. Her work has appeared in HuffPo, NPR, and others.

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