At 5,000 square feet, the restaurant seats up to 250 people at full capacity and features two patios overlooking the greenspace at the development. The second floor patio, dubbed Hobnob High Up, is reserved for people 21 years and up.
Like the Brookhaven and Dunwoody restaurants, the Alpharetta location serves lunch and dinner and brunch on the weekends, along with weekly lunch and dinner specials. Those unfamiliar with Hobnob’s pub fare can expect dishes like pretzels and beer cheese dip, meatloaf, burgers, fried chicken, and pot roast, as well as a salmon cake Benedict, tiramisu French toast, and omelets for brunch. The bar offers several beers, a vast selection of bourbon and whiskey, and cocktails.
Hobnob-Halcyon is currently limiting dine-in capacity inside and on its two patios. Takeout with online ordering and delivery via Grubhub and UberEats are also available. Patrons are highly encouraged to wear masks when not seated at a table.
A fourth location is still set to open later this fall at Atlantic Station in Midtown and appears to be similar in layout to Hobnob-Halcyon, including a rooftop bar overlooking Central Park at the complex.
6690 Town Square, #420, Alpharetta. hobnobatlanta.com.