Step out of Midwick and step into some great new dining options. Here are a few of the many new options that are coming soon:


Just a little over a half mile away, The Daily, Alpharetta’s own version of Krog Street and Ponce City Markets, announced it’s first two tenants as King of Pops Bar and Biscuit Love. And yes, King of Pops Bar is what you think it is– great frozen treats on sticks as well as some “poptail” alcoholic options. Biscuit Loves serves up southern breakfast including a killer shrimp and grits.


Downtown, the new 26 acre City Center that broke ground in March and already includes city hall, a library, a park and town green will also include a host of new dining options. According to Cheri Morris of developer Morris & Fellows, “The Gardens” district is three city blocks that will house chef-driven restaurants, grassy lawns, flower gardens, shade trees, benches and swings.” Restaurants already signed on include Highland Bakery, Jinya Ramen Bar, Lapeer (a seafood market), Never Enough Thyme, Raw Juice Boutique, Restaurant Holmes (in the Historic Jones House), Shade Street Food and Bar and Vin25.


Also downtown in Liberty Hall, Branchwater chef Todd Hogan will bring us Republic Steakhouse in late 2017. A traditional American steakhouse, Republic will feature “old-school cuts of meat” as well as a heavy focus on seafood. As the name plays homage to US history, so too will the food with a bread pudding adapted from Thomas Jefferson’s favorite, cherry pie and baby back ribs braised in single-barrel bourbon and molasses.


Finally, at the corner of Milton Avenue and Canton Street, the folks who brought us wildly popular Table and Main have announced Coalition Food and Beverage. According to the press release it will serve up, “a contemporary menu with progressive and signature interpretations of American wood-fired classics.” Get our your knives and forks for some delicious meats, burgers and salads.