Avalon announces second wave of restaurant openings

A beer garden, Rumi’s Kitchen, and Brine Fish House
A rendering of Phase II

Courtesy of the Wilbert Group

Alpharetta’s 86-acre mixed-used development announced its newest lineup of restaurants today. Kevin Ouzts’s Spotted Trotter is teaming up with Hop City to open a beer garden in 2017, along with outposts of Rumi’s Kitchen and Brine Fish House. These openings will round out Phase II of the Atlantic Station look-alike. On track to open later this year in June and November, respectively, are Farm to Ladle and Café Intermezzo.

Retailers like Brooks Brothers, Levi’s, and Urban Outfitters will also open as a part of Phase II, which will bring “an additional 550,000 square feet of office space, 276 multifamily units, a 330-key hotel and 74,000-square-foot conference center,” according to a press release. Avalon is already home to 15 bustling dining spots, headlined by Antico Pizza, Ford Fry’s The El Felix, and Bocado Burger.