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Popular Alpharetta Tea Room Mittie’s Cafe Closing

Plus, Midtown Chinese restaurant shutters again and local OTP barbecue restaurant opening second spot

Mittie’s Cafe and Tea House in Alpharetta to close at the end of February
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Mittie’s Cafe and tea room in Alpharetta to close
After 14 years in Alpharetta, the quaint tea house and cafe on 62 North Main Street will close its doors on February 25. The reason behind the closure is not clear, but recent redevelopment in the northern Atlanta suburb could be to blame. Owners announced the closure via Facebook and indicated they would be moving to a commercial kitchen for the catering arm of their business while they search for another space for the cafe. The cafe’s historic downtown Roswell location which has been in business for 30 years remains open. [FACEBOOK]

Grain bowls and kombucha coming to Shops Around Lenox
Flower Child which serves grain bowls, salads, and wraps will open its ninth location at the Shops Around Lenox in early summer, according to a report by Atlanta Magazine. The group behind Flower Child, Fox Restaurants Concepts, has four more locations planned, including one in Sandy Springs. That location should be open this fall. The health-centric restaurant will offer beer, wine, and kombucha along with teas and seasonal lemonades. [ATL Mag]

OTP Loyal Q and Brew opening second location in Alpharetta
The new location will take over the space formerly occupied by Five Seasons Brewery at 3655 Old Milton Parkway, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Loyal Q plans to open on Tuesday, February 20. The barbecue restaurant opened its first location in Marietta last year. The Alpharetta menu will include such dishes as a smoked prime rib, salt-roasted beets, and a portobello sandwich to pair alongside its selection of beer and whiskeys. [AJC]

Midtown Chinese restaurant MuLan has apparently closed for good
The Chinese restaurant located in a two-story, historic home on Juniper Street in Midtown has apparently closed for good this time, according to What Now Atlanta. MuLan closed temporarily in 2014 in order to deal with an infestation of cockroaches. The 16-year-old restaurant shuttered abruptly last week. No explanation was given. [WNA]

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