Burgers from Flying Crust.
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Find French toast burgers, General Tso’s pizza and more at Flying Crust, now open in Buckhead

Downstairs speakeasy Pierre’s Room to open next month

A new spot for pizza, burgers and wings is now open in Buckhead. 

Flying Crust Pizza & Wings opened a few days ago on Roswell Road, in the space previously occupied by Genki Noodles & Sushi

The menu features a variety of pizzas, sandwiches, salads, wings, burgers and desserts, including French toast burgers topped with bacon, cream cheese and powdered sugar; General Tso’s pizza with chicken, cashews and General Tso’s sauce; and wings with a choice of 14 sauces such as lemon pepper, Jamaican jerk and atomic. 

The space features front and back patios.

The patio at Flying Crust
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Pierre’s Room, a downstairs speakeasy, is set to open underneath Flying Crust next month with standing room for about 60 guests.

Owner Garis Eddington, who also has Flying Crust locations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, said he picked Atlanta for his third location because most of his family lives here. Eddington went viral in May when an alleged drunk driver crashed a car through the front of his shop in New Jersey, hitting him and destroying the front counter of the restaurant.

Pierre's Room, the speakeasy set to open under Flying Crust in August.
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He has plans for future Flying Crust eateries in Conyers, Decatur, Houston and Detroit.

Flying Crust is open from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-3 a.m. Friday-Saturday and noon-10 p.m. Sunday. 

3186 Roswell Road, Atlanta. 856-755-5550, https://flyingcrust.com/

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