Another new tenant with some familiar names behind it has been announced for Paces Properties’ Atlanta Dairies development in Reynoldstown.
The teams behind popular frozen pop purveyor King of Pops and Big Citizen, the restaurant group that operates Bon Ton and The Lawrence and holiday pop-up Miracle Atlanta is set to open a diner next year,
The spot “will serve up new spins on classic American staples, creative drinks, and King of Pops desserts, including ice cream,” a first for King of Pops, according to a press release. The space will be designed by Smith Hanes.
The diner is the latest announced concept for mixed-use development Atlanta Dairies, located at 777 Memorial Drive. Brewery Three Taverns is slated to open its Imaginarium, with other tenant to include a cafe from THRIVE Farmers, Collier’s Department Store and a music venue with a rooftop bar.
In addition, The Yard will offer an acre of outdoor space for customers to drink and play games.
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