A place for dogs -- and the food lovers who love them -- is coming to Peachtree Corners.
The family-owned eatery’s decor and menu are inspired by Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where CEO Chris Simms spend time every year, according to a press release.
Lazy Dog’s extensive menu includes a variety of seasonal dishes; starters and small plates including Onion Ring Poutine and Buffalo Cauliflower; pizzas; bowls; pasta dishes including Sundried Tomato Pesto and Chicken Parmesan; soups and salads; sandwiches including Walnut Chicken Salad and Pulled Pork; burgers; and chicken, meat and fish dishes as well as a variety of sides, desserts and lunch specials.
There’s also a separate weekend brunch menu with items including a Breakfast Burger, Chilaquiles and Bananas Foster French Toast.
On the beverage side, look for a variety of beers and wines, margaritas, sangrias, custom cocktails and lemonades, sodas and teas.
Bringing your pooch with you? The restaurant features a dog-friendly patio with fire pit and lounge, and a dog menu listing a complementary bowl of water and dishes such as plain brown rice and grilled hamburgers and chicken.
The 8,000 square-foot interior will have seating for 250 customers.
In addition to California, Lazy Dog also has locations in Colorado, Nevada and Texas.
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