Never Enough Thyme has always been one of those places I’ve heard about, but never been to. We’ve heard rave reviews about their location over on McGennis Ferry and have been super excited for them to come join us in Alpharetta City Center.
Good news! We’ve heard (unofficially, of course) that Never Enough Thyme is opening…. read more to see!
It’s the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, so summer is officially upon us. School is out, roads are clogged with travelers, and the temperature is hot enough to melt almost anything. Thankfully for us here at MyAlpharettaLiving, that also means it’s the season for lots of new restaurant openings!
We told you almost a year ago that Botiwalla was expanding into Alpharetta City Center from its first location at Ponce City Market. Opening day is upon us very shortly! Read on for more information…
If you’re anything like us, you’ve always loved Corner Deli in downtown Alpharetta for a good, affordable place for the whole family (including pups!) to get breakfast.
A few months back, Corner Deli closed their doors leaving only fast food places for places to eat breakfast for under $10 a person. Fortunately, if you like $20 gourmet breakfasts, there are a million options around, and I suspect the market in Alpharetta spoke and said we prefer the more expensive, gourmet food. I do like it, but I’ll still miss the low-cost, good eats of Corner Deli. They will be remembered fondly for sure.
The spot occupied by Corner Deli won’t be empty long, however, as the location is already spoken for and under construction. Coming soon is Minnie Olivia. Read on for more about this new restaurant…
Downtown Alpharetta is winning the breakfast and brunch scene! We recently wrote a review for Maple Street Biscuit Company, a new addition to Downtown Alpharetta’s restaurant scene. Now we bring you The Southern Porch, another fantastic addition to the Breakfast/Brunch/Lunch options right here in the heart of Alpharetta.
Fans of Indian Food, rejoice! Downtown Alpharetta has had a glaring absence of Indian cuisine and the chef Meherwan Irani is coming to the rescue. While you may not have heard of chef Meherwan Irani, it’s likely you have heard of his restaurants. His first is the very amazing Chai Pani in Decatur that we love very much, but don’t visit very often due to the drive. His second brainchild is Botiwalla at Ponce City Market. Next up – Botiwalla from PCM is expanding to City Center! Read more…
While out visiting the very amazing Alpharetta Farmer’s Market and Art in the Park this morning with our dog, Zoey, we decided to stroll over to City Center to check on the status of its development. One of the places we stopped by was Restaurant Holmes, and we had the fortune of meeting its owner and Executive Chef, Taylor Neary. He gave us a special behind the scenes sneak peek! Read on to see more…
RIP Hop Alley, but HELLO Currahee Brewing! As devastated as we are to be losing those delicious pretzels, cheese curds and chicken and waffles, we can’t deny that downtown Alpharetta needed a brewery to call its own. Currahee Brewing to the rescue!
I can still taste the flaky, buttery biscuit goodness 3 full days after our visit to the Maple Street Biscuit Company (MSBC) at Teasley Place. This long-
awaited breakfast/brunch gem did not disappoint!
There were four of us with pretty diverse tastes and culinary interests who tested out MSBC on
Saturday morning around 11AM. The restaurant is an order at the counter type of place. While ordering, the staff asks for your favorite vacation spot to identify your order which we thought was a unique touch.
Most of Alpharetta has been eagerly waiting to see what City Center is going to have in store for us, but not many know about the hidden gems that will be coming to Teasley Place, a block away from City Center and across from the Alpharetta Animal Hospital. Here’s what we are excited for! Here’s what we know so far….
Is it just me, or is there something magical about food that comes out of a food truck? Like sure, it’s not a complex dish normally coming out of the truck, but it’s always so good!
Now let’s rewind a bit and I’d like to tell you about a trip I took to Ft. Lauderdale a few years back for business. My coworkers took me to the Funky Buddha Brewery which was simply a bar serving their own brews with a mix of local brews. Now, did they serve food, you ask? No, they didn’t! They were just a beer bar straight up. However, out front was a delicious food truck serving up all types of Italian dishes. I went with the gnocchi and it didn’t disappoint.
Now, why do I tell you this story about a bar very far from here? Because this is the exact concept that will soon be joining us in downtown Alpharetta!