What happened to the Amys Kitchen?

Posted September 21, 2018 11:33:33After being out of the picture for nearly two years, Amys has announced plans to re-open the Amics Kitchen in its new location on the former New Seasons space in downtown Atlanta.

The new location is currently occupied by the original New Seasons restaurant, which opened in 2015.

“This is a huge win for Atlanta,” Amys’ President of Business Development and Events, Justin Cordero, told Breitbart News in a statement.

“It was only a matter of time until the Amies opened a new restaurant.

Amys is proud to be part of the revitalization of the historic New Seasons.”

The Amys new restaurant will feature a wide range of popular and classic cooking items including traditional dishes like crockpot, crock-pot, and meatball.

“Our Amys kitchen has always been a destination for our customers and we are excited to welcome Amys back to downtown Atlanta,” said New Seasons General Manager of Sales and Marketing, Nick Boulton, in a prepared statement.

Amys will also open an additional new restaurant on the site of its current New Seasons location.

A full menu has not been announced yet, but Corderos told Breitbart Atlanta that the Amyscents would be a casual restaurant featuring fresh, local ingredients.

Amys Kitchen will be open seven days a week, from 11:30am to 4:30pm.

Amyscessons food menu will include burgers, sandwiches, salads, sandwiches with vegetables, salads with meatballs, burgers, and more.

“This is the first time that Amys will be serving a traditional restaurant on its new Georgia location,” said Corderys spokesperson, Emily McNeill.

The company also announced plans for a new “Crockpot Grill,” a new drive-thru, as well as a “Diner” on the grounds of the new location.

New Seasons is currently owned by Amys and is part of an international family of fast-casual restaurants.

The Amys family has been operating the company since 1984, and is owned by Corderosi, his wife, and four children.

The Amyscesses first restaurant opened in Atlanta in 2003, and has since become a favorite of local foodies.

“I’m excited to finally be back in Atlanta,” Corderose told Breitbart.

“The Amies have been here forever and have created something that’s going to be cherished forever in Atlanta.

I’m so happy to be back.”