An “upscale sports bar” is coming to downtown Sugar Hill
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‘Upscale sports bar’ opening in new Gwinnett development

An “upscale sports bar” is opening at Sugar Hill’s E Center in early 2019, according to a city press release.

Central City Tavern has set a tentative opening date of Feb. 1, 2019. The sports bar will have 70-inch televisions lining the walls, plus a wide variety of beers and a menu full of bar food, the release says. The menu hasn’t been finalized, but it will include everything from burgers and tacos to empanadas and fried Oreos, according to the restaurant’s website.


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The restaurant will hire between 30 and 40 employees, and will hold a job fair closer to its opening. Anyone interested in working at Central City Tavern can send resumes to general manager Travis Dingler at travis@wrig1.com.

Sugar Hill’s E Center is a new mixed-use development, billed as the city’s retail, restaurant and entertainment district. In addition to Central City Tavern, tenants will include Crazy Dough’s Artisan Slice Bar, land surveying company Blue Landworks and NorthPointe Hospitality Management, a company that owns and consults for hotels.


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