The Lapeer team includes (from left) Andy Long, Blake Hartley, Louis Soon, Ju Hak Kim, Cody Brown, Sydney Landry
Cody Brown, beverage director at South Main Kitchen, runs the cocktail program and Mezcal bar, Elise Vitale, who works as pastry chef at Butcher & Brew and South Main Kitchen oversees the dessert menu, Soon oversees the wine program and Long will continue to serve as culinary director for all Maven concepts.
In addition to Lapeer, Butcher & Brew and South Main Kitchen, Maven is set to open Handlebar in Alpharetta and Butcher & Brew 2 and Tocayo in Forsyth County.
The 3,000 square-foot restaurant is designed by Curious Yellow Design and features 15-foot ceilings, white and matte green tile, white slat walls and brass finishes. A greenhouse-inspired, 840 square-foot outdoor patio overlooks a courtyard in City Center and an outdoor patio will be temperature-controlled and fully enclosed with glass.
Lapeer is open daily for dinner with lunch and weekend brunch to follow. It joins several other recently-opened concepts at Alpharetta City Center including Restaurant Holmes, Citizen Soul, Chiringa, Shade Street Food and Bar and Vitality Bowls. Several concepts are still set to open in the development including Never Enough Thyme, Jinya Ramen Bar, Highland Bakery, Central City Tavern and Botiwalla.
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