A long-awaited restaurant from a metro Atlanta native is about to make its debut.
Carson Kitchen is slated to open Feb. 11 in the Old Courthouse building in mixed-use development Alpharetta City Center.
The restaurant comes from Cory Harwell, who grew up in Woodstock and started his culinary career at the now-closed 1904 House.
He opened the first Carson Kitchen in Las Vegas in 2014, with a menu that showcases his Southern roots with dishes including bacon jam, crispy chicken skins and a variety of sandwiches, veggies and entrees.
The exterior of the Old Courthouse building will replicate the 1858 Milton County Courthouse, while the 120-seat interior will be modernized. Outdoor seating will be on the patio adjacent to the pedestrian walkway that runs from Main Street to Market Street Park.
Carson Kitchen will join a multitude of other food and drink ventures that have opened at Alpharetta City Center, including Lapeer Seafood Market, Holmes, Citizen Soul, Chiringa, Shade Street Food and Bar, Vitality Bowls, Never Enough Thyme, Jinya Ramen Bar, Central City Tavern, Botiwalla and Jekyll Brewing.
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