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Re-opening date set

 


To our guests,
Unfortunately, our April 6th goal of re-opening has passed. The impact of the COVID-19 is difficult to process as we navigate the uncertainty of the situation on a daily basis. Our people are the heart of CentraArchy, and through this period, we are committed to doing right by our teams, guests and communities. CentraArchy remains committed to preventing the spread of the virus and keeping our families safe. Our new goal is to re-open our restaurants on May 4, 2020, while aggressive, we remain optimistic.

We will continue to monitor the situation daily and make the best decisions we can for our staff and communities. We look forward to the day we can get back to business and do what we do best – serving our guests and providing for our families.

Please take care of yourself and each other!
The entire CentraArchy team

To our guests, thank you

We will not be re-opening on April 6. A new date is forthcoming.

Our Guests and Team Come First

March 12, 2020 | COVID-19 / coronavirus

At all CentraArchy Restaurants, we’ve taken additional steps to ensure a healthy environment for our guests and team. In an abundance of caution, we have strengthened our sanitizing measures and safety practices.

  • We follow federal and state guidelines on all health and safety issues and are taking guidance from the CDC and our local health authorities if any additional measures need to be taken.
  • We understand, from the CDC, that the virus cannot be transferred through food; only from person to person.
  • We always follow the stringent Department of Public Health regulations in our restaurants every day and will continue to do so, from S.H.O.W.T.I.M.E. procedures, to food safety, to not allowing employees to come to work should they feel sick.

Thank you for putting your trust in us, we look forward to serving you soon.

 

Joey D’s | AJC, DISH OF THE WEEK

Dish of the Week, New Orleans Spicy Shrimp

AJC, February 2020
By Henri Hollis

Dunwoody spot’s shrimp are messy, but worth it

The menu at Joey D’s describes the New Orleans spicy shrimp as, “a mess to eat, but worth it!” It’s hard to disagree with that assessment, although it doesn’t do justice to the degree of messiness you’ll experience when you come face to face with this bowlful of crustaceans. And, you will be face to face, because these large, beautiful shrimp are served with heads and shells intact.

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Photo: contributed by Henri Hollis