A popular local market is about to open its fifth location with some big new options.
Savi Provisions is set to open later this month at 308 Pharr Road in Buckhead.
Owner Paul Nair said in a press release that the location will have a heavier focus on prepared items.
The new spot will also offer more seating for customers to dine in, and a Jittery Joe's coffee bar inside as well as a drive-thru window located off of Buckhead Avenue. The Jittery Joe's menu will include coffee drinks, baked good and yogurt and fruit.
The 4,200 square-foot space will offer more grocery items to choose from than current locations and the prepared items menu will include breakfast options such as omelets, Chia Seed bowls, biscuits, bagels and
croissants, as well as breakfast burritos, sandwiches and weekend brunch. Lunch items will include the Quinoa Super Food Bowl, a Simple Salad and Wild Mushroom Tart, and sandwiches such as a grilled cheese with three cheeses on sourdough bread with tomato soup and a shaved prime rib French Dip complete with horseradish mayo and porcini au jus on French bread. The menu will also feature sides and kids options.
Wines, beers and spirits will also be available for on-premise consumption, and more than 900 wine and beers will be available for purchase.
The market will also offer catering, as well as weekly specials, tastings and other special events.
Savi will be open 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 7-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday. Jittery Joe's drive-thru hours will be 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Sunday.
Nair also owns another Savi location in Buckhead at 3655 Roswell Road, as well as locations in Brookhaven, Inman Park and Midtown, as well as another forthcoming location on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Decatur. He also owns Indian restaurant Jai Ho in Atlanta off the Eastside Beltline.
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