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Burgers, wood-fired pizza coming to Halcyon’s food hall
Customers eat inside the Market Hall at Halcyon on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019. - photo by Brian Paglia

Two more dining options are coming to Halcyon.

RocaPoint Partners, the developers of the new mixed-use development at 6365 Halcyon Way that opened this past September, announced on Friday that Frenchie’s Royal House of Frites & Meats and Holmes Slice have signed on to Halcyon’s Market Hall.

The new food stalls are slated to open in 2020, according to a press release.

Frenchie's Royal House of Frites & Meats (left) and Holmes Slice signed on to occupy food stalls in the Market Hall at Halcyon, the new mixed-use development that opened this past September. (Instagram)

Frenchie’s menu will include “mouth-watering burgers ground daily, house-smoked bacon, hand-cut French fries and New Orleans-inspired soft serve ice cream,” according to a press release.

It’s the third dining option at Halcyon from Maven Restaurant Group, which also opened the fast-casual taco concept Tocayo in the Market Hall and Butcher & Brew 2, a standalone restaurant.

Maven Restaurant Group is also the team behind South Main Kitchen, Lapeer Seafood Market and the first Butcher & Brew location, all in Alpharetta.

“We can’t get enough of the great energy at Halcyon,” said Louis Soon, owner of Maven Restaurant Group, in a statement. “Since opening Butcher & Brew 2 and Tocayo at Halcyon, the response from our guests has been overwhelming. The environment is so friendly and approachable, and the Market Hall is the ideal setting to introduce Frenchie’s — a special project we’ve been dreaming up for a while.”

Meanwhile, Holmes Slice will serve wood-fired pizza by the slice and the pie “handcrafted with dough from scratch and locally-sourced produce,” according to a press release.

Holmes Slice is the concept of Taylor Neary, the owner and executive chef of Restaurant Holmes in Alpharetta City Center, which is touting the new food stall’s aesthetic inspired by “the old-fashioned pizza parlors found in New York or Naples, Italy” along with neon signage and a full bar.

“Holmes Slice will feel right at home in Halcyon’s Market Hall next to our long-time friends and neighbors from Maven Restaurant Group,” Neary said in a statement. “We’re excited to try something different, while still delivering the same standard of quality expected from the Holmes name. We hope guests will find familiar favorites as well as sample new flavors, not only from Holmes Slice but also fellow stalls for the full food-hall experience.”

The two concepts complete the lineup of dining options in the Market Hall, which features a variety of eateries already open: Gu’s Dumplings, Pita Mediterranean Street Food, Sweet Tuna Poke, Tocayo and Kilwins. The Land of a Thousand Hills coffee shop is also slated to open soon.