Atlanta-based Huddle House will reopen the doors to its completely remodeled Marietta restaurant at 430 S. Marietta Parkway on Saturday, Oct. 28.
“Our guests are sure to notice a lot of changes to our restaurant layout, all of which were designed to positively enhance their Huddle House dining experience,” said Michael Abt, CEO of Huddle House. “We’re thrilled to be back and up for business in Marietta, a community we already know and love.”
Changes that local Huddle House restaurant-goers will notice include a new iconic entry tower, refinished exterior and lighting, new energy-efficient LED lighting, updated interiors and new decor, a refinished parking lot and more.
The revamped Marietta restaurant reflects Huddle House’s “Evolution” redesign program, a system-wide store remodeling initiative that has proven to outperform previous store designs by a staggering 31.5 percent higher sales rate. The chain is on track to have revamped more than 60 percent of current stores by the end of calendar year 2017.
The newly remodeled corporate location will also serve as a beta location to test and fine-tune new and improved Huddle House operational efficiencies, automation programs, menu items and layouts before introducing them to the rest of chain.
There are currently more than 352 Huddle House restaurants across the U.S. with an additional 47 in development.
For more information, visit huddlehouse.com.