What The Pho Restaurant 2442 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA30096 What The Pho offers traditional Vietnamese food with an American twist. Pho is a beef and noodle soup, and this…More restaurant offers many variations of Pho, as well as other dishes. This is a family-friendly restaurant with modern decor.
Carrabba's Italian Grill 2030 Sugarloaf Cir, Duluth, GA30097 This family style Italian restaurant is located north of Duluth Highway, just off of Satelitte Boulevard. Customers will…More feel right at home with the family photos and exceptional service. The open dining rooms can manage groups of friends and extended families with the large tables and booths. Carrabba's traditional southern Italian menu offers grill specialties like Steak Marsala and fire-roasted chicken breast with sun-dried tomatoes, while pasta dishes include fettuccine Alfredo and garlic-sauteed shrimp with linguine. Additionally, Wednesday night features a special wine tasting.
Choe's Hap Ki DO Academy of Duluth 1630 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA30096 Hap Ki Do is an original and traditional style of martial arts, which teaches you to coordinate your inner strength with…More your outer strength. This is a black belt academy that will school you in the use of this martial art for self-defense, tournaments, belts, discipline and focus in your life. Choe's offers classes for Little Ninjas, adults, family and health fitness, as well as sparring and weapons training.
Beast Kitchen offers American, Mexican and Korean food plus Chinese dishes such as Lo Mein, egg rolls and fried…More rice. The restaurant specializes in traditional Mexican tacos and trendy Korean barbecue tacos with Kimchi. The tacos are available with beef, pork or chicken.
Other Beast Kitchen menu items include wings, hamburgers, fried and grilled chicken sandwiches, fried fish, fried chicken, chicken tenders, Philly cheesesteaks, and salads.
The Lim family, including son Joseph Soon Lim, his parents Dae In and Hanna Lim, and a partner, operates the Beast Kitchen.
The elder Lim, who has 18 years experience in restaurant business, formerly owned restaurants in downtown Atlanta and Macon. He plans to operate a food truck, called “The Beast” that would be based at the Beast Kitchen, in Duluth.