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5 new local restaurants you should try
Pies on Post

Looking for something different for lunch or dinner?

This week, we found a few new restaurants for you to try.

Roxy's Subs, Steaks and Shakes

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Roxy’s has Philadelphia-style subs and cheesesteaks, salads, and over 10 varieties of handmade milkshakes.
“There’s something about the combination of griddled thin-sliced steak, melted processed cheese, diced onions, and a soft Italian roll that hits us on a level that only the most decadent meals do. Philadelphia is of course synonymous with this legendary sandwich, but there are exemplary versions to be found both inside and outside the City of Brotherly Love. Now Cumming has one of its own.”

Where: 3225 Keith Bridge Road, Cumming, GA 30041

Pies on Post

Pies on Post

Pies on Post is a “social eatery” that features wood-fire pizza, sandwiches and craft cocktails.
One Facebook reviewer said “The pizzas are AMAZING True Neapolitan style!! Chef Joe makes the most delicious crust that doesn’t make you feel heavy or waited down. The staff is friendly and hard working. Everything we’ve had on the menu so far is delish!! You must check it out.”
Where: 3310 Drew Campground Road, Suite D, Cumming, GA 30040
Contact: 470-695-4164,



Dokebi is a “fusion restaurant” that features a variety of Asian flavors and dishes.
“Dokebi was founded with the intention of delighting the Suwanee area’s diverse dining crowd with an authentic Korean Restaurant experience. Anchored in tradition, we seek to make every element of your time with us a special one.”
Where: 7754 McGinnis Ferry Road, Suwanee, GA 30024


Cubanos ATL


A new restaurant in Cumming offers authentic Cuban bread, locally sourced ingredients and all the Cuban cuisine customers could ask for.
"We are so excited about this new location,” said Ozzy Llanes, owner and founder of Cubanos ATL. "The Atlanta community has embraced us in Sandy Springs and we have had several requests for expansion outside of the perimeter so being a part of the Cumming community is very cool and important to us."
Where:  930 Market Place Blvd, Cumming, GA 30041


Iron Age Korean Steak House

Iron Age

Iron Age at Halcyon offers the full, do-it-yourself Korean barbecue dining experience for guests enjoying intimate celebrations to group gatherings. Since opening in 2008 as metro Atlanta’s first all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue restaurant, the Duluth-based Iron Age has expanded with locations in Sandy Springs, Kennesaw and Toco Hills, as well as Maryland, Virginia and Thailand. Using tabletop grills, guests are guided by staff to cook sizzling strips of beef bulgogi, vegetables and much more.
Where: 6365 Halcyon Way, Alpharetta, GA 30005
Contact: 770-558-8833,