B & B Tavern now has two locations in Cherokee County. The original location at 3568 Sixes Rd, Canton, formerly Butcher and Bottle and a second location in Free Home at 12418 Cumming Hwy Suite 406 which was formerly Catch 22 Bar & Grill. The locations have the same menu, but Sixes has a more extensive draft beer menu due to its size and two bars.
Adam Anacker owns Sixes Road and Brian Stanley and Anacker co-own Free Home. Anacker said expanding to Free Home was a good fit, "Both restaurants are in fantastic locations for the perfect neighborhood tavern. Close to schools, golf courses & neighborhoods."
Also they have live music, Friday night at Free Home and Saturday night at Sixes Road.
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