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First Waffle House to Sell Beer Has Opened in Atlanta

Plus, more details on Mountain Biscuit’s replacement and a new coffee shop opening on Howell Mill

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First Waffle House to sell beer opens
Waffle House opened its second (much smaller) outpost at SunTrust park on Monday night. While the only food listed on the menu are several variations of their famous hashbrowns, the kiosk became the first Waffle House to sell beer. Park patrons can now order a Miller Light or Coors Light with their smothered and covered hashbrowns. [WSB-TV]

Howell Mill Road getting a new coffee shop
A new coffee shop named Cultivate is opening next door to Howell’s Kitchen and Bar on Howell Mill Road, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The coffee shop will offer breakfast and lunch and include an on-site roaster. Cultivate will be located in a new building called Howell Mill Shops. South African restaurant Zunzi’s Takeout & Catering will open nearby this summer. A second location of Marietta’s Doughnut Dollies is also slated to open in the complex. 1952 Howell Mill Road [ATLBizChron/Paywall]

Basecamp at Kennesaw Mountain replacing Mountain Biscuits
More information is rolling in regarding the restaurant that will replace Mountain Biscuits in north Marietta after it relocates to Dallas, Georgia. The Marietta Local’s owner Jim Tidwell is opening a breakfast, lunch, and brunch spot in the space called Basecamp at Kennesaw Mountain. Basecamp plans to focus on “gourmet pancakes” which includes gluten free and one served on the weekend consisting of Genesis Stout chocolate sauce and Brennan’s Irish cream. There may be breakfast skillets and burgers, too. Mountain Biscuits closes on April 28 and will reopen in a former Huddle House at 210 Merchants Square in Dallas, Georgia. Both Mountain Biscuits and Basecamp plan to open sometime in June. [WNA]

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