Peachtree Corners new town center is expected to be completed in 2018.
Photo: ourtesy of Peachtree Corners
Photo: ourtesy of Peachtree Corners

Boozy salon coming to Gwinnett mixed-use development

Update (June 18, 2018): Jim ‘N’ Nick’s Bar-B-Q is no longer expected to be a tenant in Peachtree Corners’ Town Center project. Find the updated list of expected tenants here. 

Original story (July 26, 2017): A beauty salon that serves alcohol and a Jim ‘N’ Nick’s Bar-B-Q location are two of the 16 businesses that will be part of Peachtree Corners’ Town Center, the city recently announced.

Tipsy Salonbar, a Florida-based company that serves beverages including wine and mimosas to customers getting haircuts, manicures and spa treatments, is one of the tenants announced in an updated list of businesses the city posted July 21. A European Wax Center location will add to the mixed-use development’s beauty offerings.

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In addition to a Cinebistro dine-in movie theater, there will be 11 restaurants at Peachtree Corners Town Center. Farm Burger, which has three Atlanta-area locations, will open a restaurant, as will Marlow’s Tavern and Willy’s Mexicana Grill.

The full list of businesses as of July 21 is:

  • Cinebistro
  • Farm Burger
  • Feed Fried Chicken and Such
  • Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
  • First Watch - Daytime Cafe
  • Jim ‘N’ Nick’s Bar-B-Q
  • Kremo Ice Cream
  • Marlow’s Tavern
  • Salata Salad Bar
  • Thai Express
  • Vintage Pizzeria
  • Willy’s Mexicana Grill
  • European Wax Center
  • Hollywood Feed
  • Sage Dental
  • Tipsy salonbar

Peachtree Corners Town Center will also include 70 “upscale townhomes,” expected to be priced between $400,000 and $500,000 each, and a two-acre town green with an open air pavilion, amphitheater, fire pit, lawn and community garden. A veterans’ monument will be built on the town green to honor Peachtree Corners residents who have served or are serving in the military.

The development is expected to be complete in 2018.

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