Thursday, June 21, 2012

Dunwoody soon to welcome Farm Burger and Morelli's Gourmet Ice Cream to Georgetown Shopping Center


Farm Burger is opening adjacent to the UPS Store  in a space most recently home to Garcia's Mexican Restaurant.  The space is roughly 4,000 square-feet, though Farm Burger will occupy only about 2,400.

The balance of the space will be shared with Morelli's Gourmet Ice Cream!  Morelli's, an award winning gourmet ice cream shop with two locations off Moreland Avenue intown will join Farm Burger in bringing their eats to OTP dwellers.  The two will share the space and plan to maintain the same business hours.

H/T Tomorrow's News Today & Eater

6 comments:

Pattie Baker said...

Excuse me while I jump up and down cheering!!!!! This is TERRIFIC news!As you know, I'm a huge fan of FarmBurger's (and this from a vegetarian!) I've known Jason for about 11 years now, and he's the real deal. I can't say enough good things about him. http://www.sustainablepattie.com/2011/03/jason-jared-and-farm-burger-coming-to.html

A little video: https://vimeo.com/17515240

Rebecca said...

I love FarmBurger. This is great news. So, when do they open?

dpgroupie said...

Good news for Georgetown! We need a good burger place "down here"! And although I prefered LaBotana to Garcia's, the spot has been vacant too long.

Anyone have an update on the potential lease of the PhysioTherapy space? (Hope what I heard comes to fruition!!)

Max said...

Exciting! Welcome to Dunwoody.

Soon Dunwoody will break the 'kewlness' factor of ITP living.

I ~HEART~ White Oak Pastures organic, no anti-biotic, farm products grown on grass and never shipped to a processor because they have all that on-site. Buy their ground beef at Publix or mail order:

http://whiteoakpastures.com/index.html

When you feel like not going out!

Pattie Baker said...

And, by the way, I met the folks at Moon Dog Growlers and that is yet another "green" biz here in Dunwoody. Reclaimed wood. Reusable, recyclable containers. Locally owned and operated. Small-batch local and regional craft brews. We're onto something here.

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