Six months after opening doors, Muss & Turner’s (M&T) East Cobb is back with more exciting announcements featuring an expansion of services to include its first-ever dinner entrées and small plates, brunch service and a reformatting of lunch service — converting from counter service to full table service. This is a change in their original format based on customer’s requesting full table service. Founder and Partner, Ryan Turner said:
When we first opened, we were extremely busy and focused on introducing the Muss & Turner’s brand to a new community, so we launched with a limited menu concentrated on our signature lunch offerings. Now, with a little time under our belts and a pulse on our guests’ tastes, we are thrilled to expand our scope outside of our core offerings and bring on a variety of seasonally-inspired dinner and brunch options too.
The new dinner menu, led by Chef de Cuisine Matt Walker, is now available and offered daily starting at 5 p.m. Driven by seasonal ingredients and sourced from local farmers and purveyors, dinner entrées include dishes of Braised Pot Roast, Shrimp ‘n’ Grits, Springer Mountain Fried Chicken Thighs, The Noodle Bowl, Beef and Pork Sugo, and Seared Monkfish. Small plates feature Fried Fish Curry, Cacio E Pepe, Gum Creek Farms Pork Belly, Smoked Gulf Oysters, PEI Mussels, Jumbo Lump Crab Cake and more. Staple sandwiches, sides, soups and salads will still be available during dinner. If you are like us, you like to check out the dinner menu before you go!
Beginning Sunday, October 15, M&T East Cobb will debut brunch service to guests available Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The brunch menu will feature brunch staples with an M&T twist featuring French toast stuffed Pigs n Blanket, Eggs Bruce Benedict, Evil Mint Pancakes and more, along with an array of both “brunchy” and “lunchy” sandwiches, kids plates, dishes to share, plus soups, salads and sides. Bartenders will also be serving up tasty side car sippers (after 12:30 p.m.) to include Big Ole Bloody Mary, Seasonal Sangria, Not Your Average Joe and St. Germain Mimosas.
It’s a top priority to always keep our lines of communication open with guests. We’ve listened carefully and read every comment from our surveys and reviews as we want to know what we’re getting right, or not, so we can deliver the East Cobb community the most value possible. In reviewing recent feedback, we received a lot of love, but also saw several requests for dinner and brunch as well as full table service at lunch.
In response, the restaurant recently revamped its lunchtime counter service format, a model established by the Smryna location, to shift towards a full table service open to close to provide a better dining experience for its East Cobb guest requests. We think that’s pretty cool to be so responsive to
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