For 2019 our top stories for Carrollton are all new businesses, which include several eateries, a bargain outlet, a fair trade store, plus an urgent care provider.
Rosie’s Coffee Cafe, an Atlanta-based eatery, opened a Carrollton location in September at 819 Bankhead Highway. For Thanksgiving, the company held a turkey giveaway for our community. Click here to read when we first broke the news about Rosie’s coming to town.
Big Bear Asian Buffet opened in August at 401 Maple Street, Suite D. Click here to read the story behind the opening of the buffet.
Butter’dudder opened a new, second location at Adamson Square in Carrollton following the success of its original Bremen location. Their location at 207 Adamson Square opened in September. Click here to read when we first broke the news.
Marco’s Pizza opened late October at 826 Newnan Road. The chain’s new location focuses on delivery and carry-out orders. Click here to read more.
Pelican’s SnoBalls opened in November at 401 Bankhead Highway. Click here to read more.
Chopstick Brothers opened earlier this year offering a new Chinese counter bar restaurant with Fujian inspired flavors. Click here to read about Chef Fu.
Amazing 7, a bargain outlet store, opened at 1525 Highway 27 North and sells all of its merchandise for $7.99 or less. Click here to read our story about the opening and concept of the store.
Do Good Marketplace, a fair trade store located within Re-Thread Thrift, opened August 31 at 1561 Highway 27 South. Click here to read about it.
Summit Urgent Care, an accredited and highly rated urgent care provider, opened in September at 909 South Park Street. Click here to read about their clinic which is open 365 days a year.