Reopened restaurants, shops listed by Alpharetta center daily

Downtown Alpharetta has worked to create a destination district of restaurants, shops and services that has drawn developers ready to build homes for buyers who want to be close by. Contributed by JASON GETZ/FILE
Downtown Alpharetta has worked to create a destination district of restaurants, shops and services that has drawn developers ready to build homes for buyers who want to be close by. Contributed by JASON GETZ/FILE

Reopened Alpharetta restaurants and shops are updated daily and sometimes hourly on the city’s visitors center website. The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), known as Awesome Alpharetta, created a one-stop place for people to know what businesses are now open after being shutdown by the pandemic, as well as dates when other businesses will be reopening.

Restaurants reopening soon appear on the Show Your Love for Alpharetta page. Butcher and Brew, South Main Kitchen, Secreto, and Mercantile Social are some restaurants reopening Tuesday and Wednesday.

“We wanted to provide a reliable list of the Alpharetta businesses that are open now and also note the target dates for the remaining businesses to open,” President and CEO of the Apharetta CVB, Janet Rodgers, said. “The Show Your Love For Alpharetta webpage is constantly updated as businesses share their opening details with us. We encourage the community to help support these businesses in the most comfortable way for them whether that is through in-person, online or curbside pickup purchases.”

Restaurants are identified by those open for dine-in services, as well as on a separate list that shows eateries offering only curbside, takeout or delivery.

The website also shows fully reopened retail businesses that receive customers by appointment only. The site includes stores at Avalon and North Point Mall.