After a long run, the TowneLake Diner in Woodstock closed doors in September. We remember when it was Decio’s and before that Mama’s Pizza. What else has been in that retail space? September also saw the closing of Jake’s Bar and Grill, and some changes in the wind at Mambo on the Lake.
The city of Woodstock is one of four communities in the Metro Atlanta area that has received a grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission to help them realize their respective visions for public art. The grant will be used to relocate/recreate the … [Continue reading]
And the crowds go wild! Money.com named Woodstock as one of the Best Places to Live 2015. Well, okay, it wasn't #1, but it is still cool that Woodstock made the top 50 list. Our cheering crowd is at Game Day Fresh Grill watching as the USA men played … [Continue reading]
We were surprised to see Woodstock featured as the OTP Neighborhood Spotlight on Yelp for August 12, 2015. The top five restaurants listed are Reel Seafood, Habanero’s Taqueria, Corner Bistro, Ice Martini Bar and the Village Market & Cafe. What do … [Continue reading]
Hello Mambo, goodbye Little River. Seems that some variation of the Little River Grill, the Little River Fish Camp, and other names for the restaurant located on Allatoona Lake at the Little River tributary with the word Little River in the … [Continue reading]
The hearse carrying U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Skip Wells, killed with three other Marines and a Sailor in a terrorist’s rampage in Chattanooga, moves along on I-575 in Woodstock to the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton where he was interred with full … [Continue reading]
The Chambers at City Center had a portion of its building removed recently along Towne Lake Parkway at Main Street in downtown Woodstock. Construction of a new addition to the Chambers at City Center building will begin in August. The building … [Continue reading]