Muss & Turner East Cobb Update

Construction has wrapped up what was previously Common Quarter, and Muss & Turner’s East Cobb is on track to open doors with a soft launch the week of March 20 and grand opening festivities taking place the first week of April. Restaurant partners Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner have diligently worked to nail down menu offerings, restaurant design and décor, and plan for opening celebrations.

The menu will look similar to the Muss & Turner’s (M&T) Smyrna chef-driven lunch menu – with an emphasis on soups, salads, sandwiches, sides, desserts, fries and made-from-scratch dipping sauces – and will be served open to close. A few menu modifications will be made to include additional fish items, a wider range of salad add-ons, extra soups, a handful of sides, and a new signature sandwich created as an ode to the partner’s favorite local restaurant – Tasty China.

Mussman said:

We’ll be opening with a menu similar to the Smyrna lunch menu to start. It’s familiar, we know it’s successful, and we can produce it on a high level. Plus, from our research, we understand that folks in East Cobb are looking for more quality food options at a lower price-point and you won’t necessarily find that in dinner entrees and small plates. So, we’re excited to offer a model we believe will resonate well with the community out of the gates.

As the only flex-casual concept in the area with a full liquor license, the restaurant will offer a selective beverage program featuring roughly 23 wines by the glass or bottle, six rotating local craft drafts, several beers by the glass and can, and eight cocktails – including M&T’s versions of classics and seasonal, hand-crafted cocktails.

The kids menu will replicate the Smyrna kids menu with 10 locally-sourced, high-quality options and will include a handful of kiddie mocktail specialty drinks.

Mussman and Turner thoughtfully designed the restaurant and hand-curated the décor to ensure it would fit well with the East Cobb community. The duo applied knowledge from both M&T Smyrna and Common Quarter, while also exploring unique ideas that have local connections.

Turner said:

We enjoyed weaving in some familiar iconic elements into the design and décor of East Cobb, but we were stoked to get creative with new ideas too. If someone is looking for a carbon copy of M&T Smyrna, they’ll be disappointed. We’re not ‘rubber stamping’ it. This is an original and we’re really excited about the environment we created. We ultimately designed a place that maintains our brand, but is also an exclusive experience to this neighborhood.

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