Dining: Legends Cafe & Grill sets grand opening for Friday. West Rome spot offers wings, burgers, 2-for-1 margaritas, sweet potato pie — and a ping pong table. ‘The Mooch’ (Armuchee Cafe) due Saturday.

Dining: Legends Cafe & Grill sets grand opening for Friday. West Rome spot offers wings, burgers, 2-for-1 margaritas, sweet potato pie — and a ping pong table. ‘The Mooch’ (Armuchee Cafe) due Saturday.

 

From Legends’ Facebook page.

 

Legends Cafe & Grill grand opening set for Friday: Following a successful soft opening over the Georgia-Florida game weekend, Legends Cafe & Grill is holding its grand opening this Friday at 2214 Shorter Ave. With 22 TVs (“with the best sports package”), food and beverages, Legends is in the former M & J Home Cooking spot just before the Shorter/Redmond intersection.

Hours are Monday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. until 1 a.m.; Thursday through Saturday until 2 a.m.; and Sunday until midnight. House specialties include wings and buffalo shrimp as well as two-for-one margaritas all the time as well as happy hour from 3 until 7 p.m. weekdays.

The menu also includes burgers, Philly Cheesesteaks, chicken sandwiches, fish sandwiches, shrimp po boys, chicken and waffles, a cobb salad and desserts isuch as sweet potato pie and key lime pie. Also in-house: A ping pong table.

For more, check Legends’ Facebook page.


The Armuchee Cafe should be open by Saturday. 

That’s the word we’re seeing on Facebook posts as new life, and maybe some traditions, return to 3793 Martha Berry Highway in Armuchee. Nicknamed The Mooch, it is owned by Chad and Shana Williams and Kyle Wheeler. You can view the menu here, including The Tribe Burger.  For years, the shop was known as Mr. D’s, which closed in January 2016. It has gone through a few genres since.

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