Burgers are on the menu at Halcyon in Forsyth County.
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Hobnob, new wine and steak concept opening in Alpharetta-area Halcyon 

The owners of a popular local restaurant are branching out with a new location and concept.

Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern will open its fourth location next spring in the new mixed-use village Halcyon in Forsyth County near Alpharetta. Hobnob owners Sean and Becky Yeremyan is also bringing a new eatery, Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, to Halcyon. Hobnob will occupy 5,078 square feet plus two stories of patio spaces and Cattle Shed will occupy a 2,078 square-foot space with an 805 square-foot patio. 

The Halcyon Hobnob will join the original location in Midtown, which opened in 2010, plus locations in Brookhaven and Dunwoody. A fifth Hobnob is set to debut at Atlantic Station in 2021. 

Offering what it calls “refined tavern fare with Southern flair,” Hobnob’s Halcyon menu will reflect the offerings at its other locations, including fried green tomatoes, pretzels with beer cheese dip, pot pie and pot roast with steaks and burgers, as well as a large selection of bourbon.

The Halcyon Hobnob outpost will be stocked with board games and will host weekly specials and events, such as $10 Burger & Beer Night on Monday, Trivia Night on Tuesday and Slider Night on Wednesday.

Forsyth County mixed-use development Halcyon decorated for the holidays.
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Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar will serve “seasonal, chef-driven dishes” including a variety of steak cuts, small plates, charcuterie boards and crêpes for dessert. The menu also will include a selection of more than 200 wines, wine-infused craft cocktails, a selection of sangria, plus frozes and beers. 

“As we continue to grow HOBNOB from its roots in Midtown to new communities across metro Atlanta, we are seeking gathering places where our guests can kick back, unplug and spend quality time with each other,”  Yeremyan said in a prepared statement. “With its neighborhood feel and emphasis on locally owned businesses, we believe Halcyon is not only a great home for our next HOBNOB restaurant but also is the ideal place to introduce Cattle Shed. We can’t wait to bring our fresh spin on Southern hospitality to Forsyth County.”  

HOBNOB and Cattle Shed bring Halcyon’s lineup of food and beverage tenants now open or coming soon to 19 total concepts. The culinary lineup includes Butcher & Brew, Cherry Street Brewpub, CMX Stone sports bar, CT Cantina Taqueria, It’s a Sweet Life bakery, Kilwins, Popbar and Ocean & Acre as well as food stalls from Gu’s Dumplings, Pita Mediterranean Street Food, Sweet Tuna Poke and Tocayo in the Market Hall.
Frenchie’s Royal House of Frites & Meats and Holmes Slice will debut at Halcyon’s Market Hall early next year. Land of A Thousand Hills, Never Enough Thyme and Salata Salad Kitchen are also coming next year.

The 135-acre, $370 million Halcyon development from RocaPoint Partners features nature trails and more than 50 acres of greenspace in addition to its retail component.

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