Other stores planned to open in the upcoming months are Chic, Core 57, DressUp, Al’s European Barbershop, Exquisite Living, The Hope Network and Vestique. Anticipated restaurants include Botiwalla Indian Street Grill, Highland Bakery, Jinya Ramen Bar, Lapeer, Never Enough Thyme and Shade Street Food+Bar.
ORIGINAL STORY (Oct. 29): Four new shops have recently opened in downtown Alpharetta.
The Ballog, Hemline, The Pink Valise and Southern Local are now part of the Alpharetta City Center, a 26-acre mixed-use property that includes offices, housing, City Hall, a library and a park. About half of the retailers and restaurants expected at the Center are open, with the rest set to open during the upcoming months, a press release said.
The four recent additions join eight other new businesses at the Center: Anna Bella Fine Lingerie, Chiringa, Citizen Soul, Kilwins Chocolate Shop, Natural Body Spa, Restaurant Holmes, Skin Remedi and Vitality Bowls Superfood Café.
Here’s a little more about the new businesses:
• The Ballog is a market that carries local and independent brands; 235 Market St.; 470-210-5372
• The Pink Valise Clothing Boutique carries designer-brand clothing and donates a portion of its profits each year to an organization that supports research or supports people with cancer; 315 Market St., 229-236-7465
• Southern Local is a boutique with accessories, gifts, jewelry, and men’s, women’s and plus-size apparel; 214 Market St.; 678-223-4130
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