Cumming, GA

Unique three-in-one restaurant joins the growing list of food experiences at Cumming City Center

John Thompson

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Matt Smith signs the lease for Homestead.(Photo/City of Cumming)

(Cumming, Ga) – The Smith family - owners of Rosati’s Pizza and the newly announced SliceAbility - is not through with their plans at the Cumming City Center.

Officials recently announced that Matt and Jeni Smith have signed the lease to open another restaurant, this one called Homestead.

Matt said Homestead will continue the Rosati’s tradition of providing a fun food and music scene for “families, sports teams, and anyone else looking for good food in a vibrant environment.”

“Collaborating with the experience of Forsyth County chef David Smith, Jeni and I are looking to elevate the entertainment and dining experience at our new venture, Homestead,” Matt said.

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He said Homestead would feature three distinct areas, each with its unique atmosphere and vibe, on three levels within the building.

“These areas all complement one another, but yet each one is very distinct, so Homestead is like getting three restaurants in one,” Matt added.

According to the announcement, The Kitchen and Craft Bar at Homestead, on the ground-floor level, features a family-friendly experience with a bold and expansive menu, complete with homegrown favorites as well as exciting new twists complimented by beverages from local breweries and signature cocktails.

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Jeni and Matt Smith examine their new space.(Photo/City of Cumming)

“We’re focusing on comfort foods from all across the U.S.,” Matt said. “You’ll see things like a pork tenderloin sandwich from the Midwest, barbecue brisket from Texas, shrimp and grits from South Carolina, and Philly cheesesteak from Philadelphia. I like to think of it as ‘foods that built this country.’”

The second part of the venue is the upscale rooftop The Loft @ Homestead. The Loft features a more elegant small plate menu paired with sophisticated cocktails and wines.

Homestead’s lower level, The Well, offers a perfect get-away for patrons looking for a more fun and entertaining spot. The Well features a more relaxed and casual vibe with a menu focused on specially crafted burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and the like. The venue is also the place for entertainment such as live music events, including dueling pianos and country music Thursday nights, as well as trivia, murder mystery nights, and more than 50 televisions for all your sports viewing needs. “The awesome thing about Homestead is you really do get three distinct areas, each with its own unique feel and flavor, so it really is like getting three restaurants in one,” Matt said. “Jeni and our team are ecstatic about this new venture and we can’t wait to bring these exciting new hot spots to our community at the City Center!”

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