100515-DECATUR-GA- Weekly dine review of Farm Burger in Decatur on Saturday May 15, 2010. FOOD: Number 6 burger- house-cured bacon, sunny side up egg, pepper jack cheese and salsa verde. seasonal pickles and beer-battered onion rings with smoked paprika mayo.(BECKY STEIN/special)
Photo: Rachel Taylor/Atlanta Restaurant Scene
Photo: Rachel Taylor/Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Farm Burger opening Tuesday in new Gwinnett development

The latest location of a local burger chain is set to open Tuesday in Peachtree Corners’ Town Center.

Farm Burger, which started in Decatur in 2010, will open its thirteenth location in Town Center, a new mixed-use development in downtown Peachtree Corners. It joins other restaurants including breakfast and lunch cafe First Watch, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill and Salata Salad Bar.


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“We have wanted to bring Farm Burger to Peachtree Corners for a while and are thrilled to open in a thriving new development like Town Center,” said George Frangos, co-founder of Farm Burger, in a press release. “We are excited to share the Farm Burger experience with this community and the surrounding areas.”

Farm Burger serves customizable burgers made with local ingredients and grass-fed beef alongside fries and milkshakes. Other options, like chicken sandwiches and veggie burgers, are also available. 

The new store is also giving back to the local community. Farm Burger has used its private preview events at the Peachtree Corners location to raise money for the Norcross High School Foundation for Excellence, which provides additional funding for certain academic, arts and athletics programs.

The new restaurant will open its doors to the public at 11 a.m. Tuesday. It will regularly be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.


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