Starbucks may replace Cozy Burger

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 26, 2014
Cozy Burger Town at Suburban Plaza. Source: Tomorrow's News Today

Cozy Burger Town at Suburban Plaza. Source: Tomorrow’s News Today

(CCA) – A burger joint at the Suburban Plaza with a cult-like following may soon be replaced by a Starbucks as part of a massive redevelopment there, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

According to Tomorrow’s News, there’s a proposal for a Starbucks with a drive-thru that will be about 1,750 square feet. There’s currently a sign up at the restaurant that indicates it will be closed through Sept. 1 and will reopen Sept. 2. The restaurant opened in 2010.

Plans for a Dunkin’ Donuts across the street have been tabled indefinitely.

Not far away, the Starbucks at Emory Village recently opted not to renew its lease, but the location within the Barnes & Noble on Emory Campus will remain open.

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  • Josh

    A “cult-like following” for burgers, huh? That sounds really upsetting, if not slightly delicious.

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