Dairy Queen 211 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA30009 This Dairy Queen was totally remodeled after a fire gutted the restaurant. The new design is fresh, bright and very…More clean. Unlike the old, hard plastic seats, this restaurant has upholstered booth seats. There are bright displays of ice cream cakes and other tempting goodies. Six tables with umbrellas beckon you out to the patio on warm days.
New Hong Kong 12460 Crabapple Rd, Alpharetta, GA30004 This family-friendly Chinese restaurant is celebrating its 8-year anniversary with a long list of lunch and dinner…More specials. New Hong Kong is locally owned and operated, and offers a warm and inviting decor, plus free delivery for Milton residents.
Lin's Chinese Cuisine at Windward 12850 Highway 9 N, Alpharetta, GA30004 Voted 2008 "City's Best," this family-friendly traditional Chinese restaurant has an inviting and friendly…More atmosphere. It is locally owned and operated and has been in this location for 11 years. Lin's offers a varied and affordable menu for lunch and dinner. The decor is very warm, rich and relaxing. Daily specials are offered as well as a children's platter. Lin's offers catering and also accepts group reservations.
Einstein Bros Bagels 5530 Windward Pky, Alpharetta, GA30004 Whether customers crave a warm bagel with cream cheese or a hot panini sandwich, Einstein Bros has something to tickle…More the taste buds. This location has ample seating in a relaxed, sophisticated atmosphere. Customers can take a seat and enjoy a signature coffee or lunch item while catching up with friends on the patio or inside. Einstein Bros also offers catering for any event, with many menu choices to choose from.
Amana Academy 285 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA30009 This charter school with the Fulton County School system isn't the first to use a former grocery store location within…More one of Alpharetta's older shopping centers. Extensive interior renovations and modifications have turned the site into a school with higher than usual ceilings in all the common areas. The large tinted storefront windows and brickwork give the entrance and library a warm appearance. The school uses Wills Park - which is directly behind the school - for students' gym classes and some extracurriclar activities. The non-profit charter school's name sums up its philosophy, as the concept of the Arabic word Amana means "stewardship, integrity, confidence and commitment," according to the school's Web site.