Peachtree Corners’ Town Center development will have a dine-in movie theater and multiple shops and restaurants.

Here are all the restaurants coming to new Gwinnett development

Shops selling tacos, fried chicken and rolled ice cream are all expected to set up shop in Peachtree Corners’ Town Center.

The mixed-use development has been under construction since 2017, and includes plans for a CineBistro dine-in movie theater, a two-acre town green and more than 70 “upscale townhomes,” according to the city’s website.

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Construction will begin on the townhomes when land grading is complete, city spokeswoman Judy Putnam said. 

The mixed-use development will also include a variety of restaurants, two salons and a pet supply store. 

The updated tenant list, released June 8, includes Chronic Tacos, a Southern California-inspired Mexican restaurant, and Kremo Ice Cream, a shop that makes the Thai specialty rolled ice ream.

Duck Donuts, which is listed under Town Center’s “What’s Coming” list of expected tenants, has not committed to a space in Peachtree Corners’ Town Center, but is exploring its options in the area, a company spokeswoman said. 

The list of expected tenants is:

• Chronic Tacos

• CineBistro

• Farm Burger

• Feed Fried Chicken

• Firebirds Wood Fired Grill

• First Watch

• Kremo Ice Cream

• Marlow’s Tavern

• Revelator Coffee

• Salata Salad Bar

• Steel City Pops

• Thai Express

• Hollywood Feed

• My Salon Suite

• Tipsy Salonbar

The development is expected to be complete by the end of this year. The anticipated tenant list is subject to change.

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