Several new restaurants are coming to Sandy Springs as part of the city’s new mixed-use development City Springs.
The new eateries include:
- Café Vendome, which has an existing location in Sandy Springs and serves French pastries and breads, in addition to sandwiches, quiches and coffee.
- Flower Child, with a menu devoted to veggies, grains, fruits and healthy proteins with items including bowls, wraps, grains and salad.
- Nam Kitchen, from Alex Kinjo of MF Sushi, will serve a Vietnamese dishes from executive chef Thuy Bich, who will use recipes from her mother, Ahn Hoang of NAM Midtown. The restaurant will also offer a full service bar featuring craft cocktails.
- The Select, from the team behind Vinings restaurant Paces and Vine, will be offer “comfort food with a slight French accent – light, bright and casually dressy,” according to a press release, along with an extensive wine list.
The 14-acre City Springs development from the City of Sandy Springs, Selig Enterprises and Carter will feature a mix of retail, with an emphasis on health as well as a performing arts center, conference center, government offices, park and residential spaces.
The first tenants at City Springs — which will also exercise concepts as SculptHouse and TURN Studio — are set to open in early summer.
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