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Tipsy Salonbar Expanding To Georgia With Location In Peachtree Corners

In addition to its manicure and pedicure services, the Florida-based salon is home to a full-service beer and wine bar.

Tipsy Salonbar is expanding to Georgia.

The Florida-based nail salon with a full-service beer and wine bar (like what you’d find in a restaurant) is coming to Peachtree Corners.

Tipsy Salonbbar will open in the Peachtree Corners Town Center development in spring 2019.

It will also be the first location outside of Florida which is home to 25 locations.

Dr. Tuan Nguyen, a hospitalist in Florida, and his three siblings are the concept’s co-owners.

Tipsy Salonbar’s medical owners are keen on sanitation.

“We believe in sanitation and we’re big on hygiene,” Nguyen told What Now Atlanta in a telephone interview.

Nail filing and buffer tools are disposable and new ones are used for each guest.

Its bar offers a menu of local, domestic, and international beer and wine.

A “pedicure lounge area” can be used for outings like wedding showers and corporate events.

TVs throughout the space play music videos.

The forthcoming Tipsy Salonbar could open as a corporate location, but Nguyen and his team are seeking a franchise operator for the forthcoming outpost.

That operator could take over the Tipsy Salonbar anytime now between its opening, he said.

At least four additional locations could open in the Atlanta-area.

“Maybe even more, it just depends.”

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Atlanta (WNA). He was featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA has been named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing, and Atlanta and Jezebel Magazines.

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  1. I love coming here, but I am disappointed and I have to assure myself that maybe you did not look at the bigger picture. You see I feel everyone has to eat and no one should be left out. However, at this pint now that I have viewed your site, I am a bit disappointed. I see a small representation of a few Queens and not all of them. I am sure you know what I man and I pray you to correct this. Being clean and concerned about hygiene is important but being consciously aware of the people that come into your establishment should be noted. No one in this day and age needs to be left out of anything, now if you do not feel this way. I will know in 6 months. Blessings in Jesus Name.

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