The Business Pages: July/Aug 2013
Business “# Launch
The 1910 Public House is a welcome addition to Lilburn”s breakfast, lunch and dinner – yes, dinner! – scene and will be open daily starting in August.
Extending their family-friendly, neighborhood-dining concept to Lilburn, restaurateurs Anthony and Jennifer Tiberia plan to build on the successes of their Decatur restaurant, Sprig.
Featuring locally grown, organic, farm fresh food and a full service bar, patrons will quickly realize the awesome value of their meals. The newly renovated space in old town Lilburn, the former Blue Rooster Caf## & Bakery site, retains the historical feel of the vintage building and has both a dining area as well as a “grab and go” market for prepared foods and local foodstuffs.
Drive-bys: Now Open in Your Neighborhood
- Looking for whimsy? Visit My Gift Store, in Braselton, for quirky home accessories, apparel and garden d##cor.
- The first ever Lady Titan store is open in Suwanee”s Laurel Springs Village featuring sports and athletic wear to serve the specific needs of women and girls.
- National DCP, the exclusive purchasing and distribution entity for Dunkin” Donuts restaurants, opens its Duluth corporate HQ in August, adding 125 jobs.
- The gourmet burger craze continues to grow in Gwinnett. Check out Cheeseburger Bobby”s, in Peachtree Corners, home of the B.O.Y.B. (Build Your Own Burger). Burger 21 in the Mall of Georgia area of Buford tantalizes your taste buds with 21 chef-inspired burger creations including beef, turkey, seafood and veggie burgers, plus a gluten-free menu.
- On the Lawrenceville Square, exotic shop Artzy Beads features original hand beaded jewelry, tools, materials and classes for kids and adults.
- Brunswick”s and Tavern#”45#are striking the right entertainment with Norcross residents at its newly launched bowling and dining venue.