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GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« on: May 24, 2012, 01:56:21 PM »
Hello 285 foodies!!!  I just opened my first restaurant in Norcross.  I was directed to this web site from one of my first guest.  He was very happy with his experiance and told me to let everybody here at this forum know about the food I'm producing.  I'm located at 4790 Peachtree Ind Blvd 30071 Suite 204.  Please come out and ask for me.  Brian Sanford Chef/Owner/Operator.

My menu can be found at www.gabbaup.com

I hope to see some of you soon!!
I also hope to contibute to the forum with recipes and other content in the future.

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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2012, 05:23:49 PM »
Hello 285 foodies!!!  I just opened my first restaurant in Norcross.  I was directed to this web site from one of my first guest.  He was very happy with his experiance and told me to let everybody here at this forum know about the food I'm producing.  I'm located at 4790 Peachtree Ind Blvd 30071 Suite 204.  Please come out and ask for me.  Brian Sanford Chef/Owner/Operator.

My menu can be found at www.gabbaup.com

I hope to see some of you soon!!
I also hope to contibute to the forum with recipes and other content in the future.

Brian Sanford
GABBA
678-527-8899

Okay gentle members, is this kind of post okay, or not?   He is not shilling the place as he has come out as the owner/Chef.   Let me know.  I will move it to the correct place when I hear your opinions.

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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2012, 07:38:51 PM »
Hello 285 foodies!!!  I just opened my first restaurant in Norcross.  I was directed to this web site from one of my first guest.  He was very happy with his experiance and told me to let everybody here at this forum know about the food I'm producing.  I'm located at 4790 Peachtree Ind Blvd 30071 Suite 204.  Please come out and ask for me.  Brian Sanford Chef/Owner/Operator.

My menu can be found at www.gabbaup.com

I hope to see some of you soon!!
I also hope to contibute to the forum with recipes and other content in the future.

Brian Sanford
GABBA
678-527-8899

Okay gentle members, is this kind of post okay, or not?   He is not shilling the place as he has come out as the owner/Chef.   Let me know.  I will move it to the correct place when I hear your opinions.

GG>-

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I think its a good post straight foward and the website is good. So's the menu.....
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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2012, 08:54:42 PM »
I have no problem with proprietors posting as long as they aren't shilling, in fact, it would be nice to hear from of them...

Only thing I would change is to move this to the Metro Atlanta forum.

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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2012, 09:31:05 PM »
Agreed. There's nothing wrong with telling the truth. 

What? What was that?  Free burgers for all 285 Foodies members?   ;D

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« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2012, 10:06:39 PM »
Agreed. There's nothing wrong with telling the truth. 

What? What was that?  Free burgers for all 285 Foodies members?   ;D

Gawd, that would mean going OTP! Ok, I will..........
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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2012, 10:14:50 PM »
It is a little on the fence in several ways but I tend to agree that it is ok since he clearly identified himself. But do we want everyone who is opening a new restaurant posting about it? Maybe we do, I don't know (especially if they give us free hamburgers! :0)).

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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #7 on: May 28, 2012, 09:30:54 AM »
This place rocks. We should certainly plan a trip there as a group! We had their Southern and the Socrates burgers - YUM! The bacon marmalade kick in the Southern burger and the local south Georgia Pimento cheese was just amazaing. The Socrates was very well liked by my wife and their fried Okara was likely the best I have had in Hotlanta! ( Yes thats my opinion!)

Brian and his team have taken a chance at a spot that has had a history of failed restaurants - give this local boy some love y'all!

This Norcross family will be back and the local peeps who live by the Norcross Square are all dazzled by GABBA - truth be told I was ticked by the name as the old schoolers will remember GABBA as the Georgia Allman Brothers Band Association :-)

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Re: GABBA Great American Burger Boutique and Ale
« Reply #8 on: May 29, 2012, 11:05:47 AM »
One word - Ricesticks!  (anybody ever hear from Kevin after he had to go back in to IT?)

And yes Bob, that would not just mean going OTP but darn near to Lake Lanier too.
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