The exterior of Halcyon
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Taqueria, brewery, part of first wave of businesses opening at Halcyon in Forsyth County next month

The first wave of tenants -- including several food and beverage concepts -- will open in mixed-use development Halcyon in Forsyth County next month.

On Sept. 18, Halcyon’s Market Hall food hall will open, and along with it: 

Cherry Street Brewpub, a local brewpub and beer garden, located adjacent to the Village Green

CT Cantina Taqueria, a “fresh take on Latin fare” with a variety of street eats and margaritas

It’s a Sweet Life, a specialty cake boutique and bakery 

Kilwins, a mix of chocolates, fudge and ice cream in a variety of flavors

Popbar, serving up gelato, sorbet and yogurt creations on a stick 

Also opening Sept. 18 will be businessed Mercedes-Benz Experience Center by RBM of Alpharetta and RW Design & Exchange.

Several other restaurants are expected to open at Halcyon in the coming months, including 

Butcher & Brew, which has an existing Alpharetta location and will serve American fare

Gu’s Dumplings, which has a location at Krog Street Market (as well as a Gu’s Kitchen location on Buford Highway) and will serve Szechuan cuisine

 Land of a Thousand Hill Coffee, a local coffee shop that has five other locations and will feature a space for live music and will also serve craft beer 

Never Enough Thyme, which has an existing Alpharetta location and will serve American fare

Ocean & Acre, which will focus on meats and seafood 

Pita Mediterranean Street Food, a local chain that serves Mediterranean fare including gyro and falafel 

Sweet Tuna, which has a Dunwoody location and will serve poke bowls as well as seasonal entrees and desserts

Tocayo, a Mexican street food concept from Louis Soon, who co-owns Butcher & Brew and South Main Kitchen. 

Located at 6365 Halcyon Way in Alpharetta, Halcyon will also include 500,000 square feet of retail and office space, a dine-in movie theater, two hotels, 690 residential units and 50 acres of green space.


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