Midtown Promenade – home to Trader Joe’s and Midtown Art Cinema – will have a slate of new restaurants and retail when renovations are complete at the 111,000 square foot shopping center next fall.
Asana Partners and SRS Real Estate Partners announced that new eateries will include Snooze, Alici, Yumbii, and The Queso Shop. On the retail roster are Heyday, Restore Hyper Wellness, and Les Mains Nail Bar, while Intown Animal Hospital and The Whole Dog Market will cater to pet owners in the area.
The renovations also includes a pedestrian walkway to connect the property to the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Green space surrounding an exterior plaza, façade renovations and a new breezeway are part of the improvements.
About the new businesses:
- Colorado-based breakfast and brunch restaurant Snooze will have a menu of favorites like huevos rancheros, breakfast pot pie, omelets, sandwiches, and pancake flights.
- Alici will be the first Amalfi Coast-inspired seafood restaurant in the area from The Porchetta Group’s Pat Pascarella.
- Yumbii, a taco food truck turned brick-and-mortar, and sister concept, The Queso Shop, will face the Eastside Trail in adjoining spaces with an expanded patio.
- Intown Animal Hospital will offer a complete range of veterinary services including routine, major and emergency medical and dental services along with vaccinations.
- The Whole Dog Market will specialize in holistic raw, freeze-dried and conventional foods at optimal price points.
- Les Mains Nail Bar will occupy a 2,500 square-foot space and offer services including manicures, pedicures, hair removal, and massages.
- Heyday, a one-stop facial shop, will debut in Georgia at Midtown Promenade and offer a personalized experience with skilled skin therapists. Services will include microdermabrasion, chemical peels and gua sha, an ancient detoxifying massage.
- Restore Hyper Wellness will offer full-body wellness services including cryotherapy, IV drip therapy, red light therapy, and more.
Approximately 12,000 square feet of retail and creative office space remains available at the center.