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tom tom Coming to Town Brookhaven?

There's talk of the restaurant concept moving into the old Stir Crazy space.


Will Stir Crazy be the home of a new tom tom?

Tomorrow's News Today reports that Here to Serve Restaurants is looking at Stir Crazy's former Town Brookhaven location.

Tom tom opened in 1993 in Lenox Square and closed in 2002.

Here to Serve Restaurants now includes several restaurant concepts, including Prime at Lenox Square, Goldfish at Perimeter Mall and Shout at Colony Square. Here to Serve also owns Noche Tequila & Tapas Bar in Town Brookhaven.

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Jason February 04, 2013 at 02:22 PM
All of those chain-across-America places can steer clear of Town Brookhaven. Town Brookhaven is all about local/regional businesses. Keep the big box eateries OUT! Welcome to town Tom Tom.... next up Taco Mac (fingers crossed)!! And as far as casual dining, it doesn't get anymore casual than tapas at Noche, especially with $2 taco's and dollar Tecate. Would you prefer $9 burgers and $5 beers (Chili's Menu Referenced)?
Catherine February 04, 2013 at 03:12 PM
Tom Tom would be a great addition to Town Brookhaven! When they were in Lenox - the food was wonderful. Now that Baci has completely changed and revamped its menu (and by the way - nothing sounds appealing) Tom Tom would give us another wonderful place to eat.
Jack February 04, 2013 at 07:16 PM
Chains can steer clear of Town Brookhaven? Are the developer or the the guy who put up the millions and millions of dollars to build it? I guess the anchors such as Publix, LA Fitness, Marshalls, Costco, and Cinebisto have no right to be there either? What about the apartment communities which are not headquartered in Atlanta? I would love to know who at Sembler told you that TB "was all about local business". A good percent of the "local" eateries in TB have closed already. But I guess thats better than Moes. Lets just keep a bunch of vacant retail space open because this guy doesn't like chains. Why do so many people fail to see how land development is supply based, especially when it comes to Town Brookhaven. Good call on Taco Mac though, large franchise stores such as TM with inflated food and drink prices couldn't be more contradictory to your point of view. Even if they were from the Highlands originally.
Travis February 04, 2013 at 07:21 PM
Chains can steer clear of Town Brookhaven? Are the developer or the the guy who put up the millions and millions of dollars to build it? I guess the anchors such as Publix, LA Fitness, Marshalls, Costco, and Cinebisto have no right to be there either? What about the apartment communities which are not headquartered in Atlanta? I would love to know who at Sembler told you that TB "was all about local business". A good percent of the "local" eateries in TB have closed already. But I guess thats better than Moes. Lets just keep a bunch of vacant retail space open because this guy doesn't like chains. Why do so many people fail to see how land development is supply based, especially when it comes to Town Brookhaven. Good call on Taco Mac though, large franchise stores such as TM with inflated food and drink prices couldn't be more contradictory to your point of view. Even if they were from the Highlands originally.
don Gabacho February 04, 2013 at 07:43 PM
"...Tecate..."---Jason Buy American.
Jack February 04, 2013 at 08:05 PM
At Taco Mac burgers are $9 and most beers are over $5 http://tacomac.com/wp-content/uploads/TacoMac_FoodMenu.pdf People like this shouldn't be allowed to vote
HamBurger February 04, 2013 at 11:38 PM
Mr. Jack, this is just pure blasphemy! Hamburgers for nine dollars American? In America? You can get my quality special hamburger and a Cheerwine for a lot less! And, a Bud is only a nickel or dime more! (Until Brookhaven seeks license increases for additional revenue) Man, this REALLY makes me miss One Eyed Jacks on Baltimore Place more than I EVER expected! Where else could you find a fifty-cent Bud in downtown Atlanta? DeKalb? Frigging DRY at the time? OK, we are next on Foosball table number four, right? Oh, I almost forgot . . . Please pass the yellow mustard!
Road Scholar February 05, 2013 at 01:05 PM
Ham Burger: I remember One Eyed Jacks and the Thursday night 25 cent beer night also. Those days are of the past (1970's)! Especially since the governments restricted prices at Happy Hour ( 2 for or 3 for 1's)
Road Scholar February 05, 2013 at 01:07 PM
How about a Fox BBQ or an Everybodies Pizza?!?
Road Scholar February 05, 2013 at 02:05 PM
Why would I want an Everybodies Pizza? 1. Better pizza than both those put together, 2.They also have a bar and tv's that the others do not have .3. Their pizza is way better than Galla's, Corner Pizza, pizza hut, etc whose crust is no better than the cardboard box they come in! 4. They also serve unique sandwiches and pasta dishes. I'm looking for quality and affordable prices. For those who think Moe's and others are cuisine.....that's too bad! Newt's is excellent. The English pub sucks! Noche is good.
HamBurger February 05, 2013 at 06:35 PM
Mr. RS, ah . . . The 1970’s . . . Careful there you old fart, your age is showing . . . Special hamburger and a Cheerwine?
HamBurger February 05, 2013 at 06:35 PM
Mr. Seth, You can forget about the Buford Highway Restaurant Crowd having an interest in TB. They have better sense than to pay those kinds of rent rates. Just how do you think they keep their prices close to those of the ‘70’s? Believe it or not, there are some damn good two dollar tacos on BH. Sadly, I motor down Ashford-Dunwoody passing a lot of eating establishments on my way to BH because that is where the really good food is. But, let’s just keep that our secret! Please pass the yellow mustard!
HamBurger February 05, 2013 at 06:37 PM
Mr RS, your mention of Fox Bros. BBQ reminds me of an encounter I had with the Goat Man. Goat Man (Charles McCartney) used to travel the roads of this here country but I mostly saw him roaming Georgia in his wagon decorated with an assortment of “found accoutrements” (in district one we call it junk) and pulled by a team of goats. He had an interesting life (was married to a Spanish knife thrower and was the target in her act) and at some point he focused on traveling and spreading the word of the Lord. One day I saw him camped along the side of the road and stopped to talk. As we talked he told me that although his prime focus was “spreading the word”, he was also in search of some damn good BBQ. And, he had decided that the more BBQ he tastes the less folks know what really good BBQ is. I am not singling out any specific BBQ restaurants, but there is a lot of truth to the Goat Man’s taste bud findings. I think I’ll have another special hamburger with thin sliced onions, pickles, and yellow mustard!
don Gabacho February 05, 2013 at 06:42 PM
"Why would I want an Everybodies Pizza?"---Road Scholar When your body is collapsing for the lack of bread and rubber. "Their pizza is way better than Galla's..." Although they have a long way to go, at least Galla's slowly improves. The very few times pizzerias here came close to being good, ex: Fellini's, they inevitably try to save costs by switching to crap cheese (?): criminally mislabeled mozzarella. Strangely, you have to go to Athens to get the best in GA: Athen's 'N.Y. Pizza.' Unfortunately, its Little 5 Points affiliate is not on par. Good pizza (its dough) requires a great deal of hands-on-work; and a touch of genius not required when regarding pizza a commodity and not food.
don Gabacho February 05, 2013 at 06:46 PM
BTW, my Italian grandparents disallowed pizza. it was regarded as beggars' food. Pizza originated in Italy where, in the old days, the bakers' ovens had no thermostats and the bakers would have to test the heat of their ovens with flattened Italian bread dough. They would then give the results to beggars who, if lucky, might have a tomato to squeeze on it and, if luckier, a little cheese to sprinkle on it. So, my grandparents disallowed it. They hadn't worked their fingers to the bone to finally get ahead in life for their grandchildren to eat pizza. Sort of like, once Southerners hereabouts could afford hamburgers, it was good-bye chitterlings. Pizza was virtually unknown in the US until WWII GI's returned home from Italy: where, when hungry and asking for food, they were given pizza. Rather generous considering the conditions there at the time. I'm looking for quality and affordable prices. For those who think Moe's and others are cuisine.....that's too bad! Newt's is excellent. The English pub sucks! Noche is good.
Road Scholar February 05, 2013 at 09:30 PM
My Italian grandparents allowed us to eat pizza. My grandmothers' homemade spinach ravioli and tortellini were the best! My favorite quote: Boy, you're going to get fat....do you want seconds! I'm second generation Italian American. Know about the war and pizza. Had 3 uncles who were freedom fighters! They did not like to talk about it.
HamBurger February 06, 2013 at 03:25 PM
Mr. Seth, thank you. Less traffic to deal with when I motor down to Buford Highway! Also, I think it is kind of weird that you would consider yellow mustard as a condiment for your tacos. Maybe you should get out a little more often! Please pass those thin sliced onions and pickles!

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