Start your day with a fresh, brewed cup of coffee; meet friends and colleagues for lunch; wind down and turn any hour into happy hour; or perhaps unwind with a carefully crafted exercise routine. Parking is free in the City Springs Parking Deck.
City Springs includes the following restaurants and businesses within the campus:
Located between the two theatres, CityBar. is the place to wind down into your weekend, open 5 - 7 p.m. every Thursday for sips, snacks and live music. CityBar. also serves the Byers and Studio theatres show nights.
Café Vendôme is a relaxed, elegant spot for handmade traditional French pastries and breads, in addition to delicious sandwiches, quiches and coffee.
Flower Child has developed an entire menu devoted to veggies, grains, fruits and healthy proteins. Their bowls, wraps, grains, and greens are all made from scratch daily with fresh ingredients designed to revitalize your body, mind, and soul.
Nam Kitchen brings authentic Vietnamese food to the City in an inviting and modern atmosphere created by Alex Kinjo of MF Sushi. Led by executive chef Thuy Bich and leveraging recipes from her mother, Ahn Hoang of NAM Midtown fame, NAM Kitchen offers a traditional Vietnamese menu including a full service bar featuring craft cocktails.
From the same team behind the popular Vinings restaurant Paces and Vine, The Select at City Springs is known for a light interpretation of contemporary American comfort food with an outstanding wine list. Think comfort food with a slight French accent – light, bright and casually dressy. In addition to dinner service, The Select is also open for Sunday brunch.
That's Not All...
Sandy Springs is home to restaurants and bars that are local through and through, many a close walk or short drive from City Springs. Grab lunch at a bakery that makes fresh bread daily, plan a date night, or play video games while you drink a craft cocktail at a gamer bar. Do it all at places unique to Sandy Springs.
Learn more at Visit Sandy Springs.