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A Curious New Concept Comes to Senoia

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A spin-off of sorts from a Peachtree City restaurant has landed in Senoia. The Curious Kitchen and Bar, located at 42 Main Street, has opened its doors just in time for the holidays. While it shares a name with its sister restaurant The Curious Pig, according to owner Scott Smith the new location will have many differences. The new space has a much larger bar than the Peachtree City restaurant, and while that won’t be the major focus of the new location, it will play a larger role in the concept.

“My thought process of what we’re doing with the Curious Kitchen and Bar is having a place that people have fun and want to go back to in a very inviting atmosphere. I really want people to come out and enjoy themselves, hang out, and not feel rushed. This is meant to be a place that doesn’t close at 9:00 p.m. where people can come have a glass of wine or cocktail after dinner,” Scott said.

For the month of December, they plan to be open Tuesday – Sunday, and will offer a pop-up Christmas bar along with some holiday-inspired cocktails, a few appetizers, and a couple of entrees. A full menu, very different from the one at The Curious Pig, will be offered after the new year. “We want to host a party for the next 30 days. In fact, a friend of mine who is a set decorator for the movies has come and helped us decorate the place for Christmas,” Scott said.

They have already booked a couple of Christmas parties and welcome any other groups that want to come in. Additionally, tables are spaced accordingly  to allow for social distancing.

To learn more about the Curious Kitchen and Bar, visit their Facebook page.

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Kevin Hemphill
Kevin is a reporter for The City Menus. A 2007 graduate of the University of West Georgia, he moved out of state briefly before returning to the Carroll County community in 2013. He enjoys seeing and writing about the growth in Carrollton and surrounding communities.