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Here are two new restaurants coming to Halcyon
HOBNOB
Halcyon officials recently announced the future additions of HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern, above, and Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, both owned by restaurateur Sean Yeremyan. Both are expected to open in fall 2020.

Shoppers will have a pair of new places to grab a drink at Halcyon, a mixed-use development in south Forsyth that opened this fall.

Halcyon officials recently announced the future additions of HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern and Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, both owned by restaurateur Sean Yeremyan. Both are expected to open in fall 2020.

HOBNOB will be the restaurant’s fourth location – with others in Midtown, Brookhaven and Dunwoody – and will offer “refined tavern fare with Southern flair” for lunch, dinner, happy hours and a weekend brunch. The store will be about 5,000 square feet “plus two stories of patio spaces overlooking one of Halcyon’s greenspaces.”

“As we continue to grow HOBNOB from its roots in Midtown to new communities across metro Atlanta, we are seeking gathering places where our guests can kick back, unplug and spend quality time with each other,” Yeremyan said in a news release. “With its neighborhood feel and emphasis on locally owned businesses, we believe Halcyon is not only a great home for our next HOBNOB restaurant but also is the ideal place to introduce Cattle Shed. We can’t wait to bring our fresh spin on Southern hospitality to Forsyth County.”


Cattle Shed is a new concept, influenced by a trip Yeremyan and his wife, Becky, took to Charleston, S.C., and will feature premium steak cuts, charcuterie boards, more than 200 wines and more. Besides the food, the restaurant will feature specialty nights, board games, brunch and other entertainment.

“With the holiday season under way and our first phase complete, Halcyon is truly becoming the go-to gathering place for family, friends, coworkers and neighbors to enjoy,” said Phil Mays, principal at RocaPoint Partners, the developer of Halcyon. “We look forward to welcoming two more dining destinations that reflect our overall vision for Halcyon and redefine community in Forsyth County.”

The restaurant will occupy about 2,000 square feet with an 805-square-foot patio.

The additions of HOBNOB and Cattle shed brings Halcyon’s total of restaurants to 19.