The Halcyon development in Forsyth County is starting to take shape with some tasty additions to its roster of tenants.
The mixed-use development’s Market Hall food hall will welcome Gu’s Dumplings, which also has stalls at Krog Street Market and SunTrust Park; Tocayo, a Mexican street food spot; Kilwin’s Chocolate; and Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company, which has several locations in metro Atlanta and the Southeast.
New restaurants will include Butcher & Brew and Never Enough Thyme, which both have existing Alpharetta locations and will serve up homemade American fare.
The eateries will join three concepts from Chef Mark Taft that were announced earlier this year: Southern farm-to-table concept CO-OP Community Table + Bar, Feed Fried Chicken + Such (which will also have a location at The Battery at SunTrust Park) and an unnamed burger concept.
Located at 5490 McGinnis Village Place on the border of Alpharetta, Halcyon is set to open in 2018 and will also include 500,000 square feet of retail and office space, a dine-in movie theater, two hotels, 690 residential units and 50 acres of green space.