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Monday, July 1, 2013

Heirloom Market BBQ transitions to take-out only

Heirloom Markets Georgia Sampler

Citing issues with Cobb County Code Enforcement and the Department of Transportation, Heirloom Market BBQ will no longer offer in-house dining starting Tuesday, July 2. Heirloom announced its transition to catering and to-go service last Friday.

Until further notice, the restaurant will keep its regular menu and hours (Tues.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat., noon-9 p.m.) For now, owners Cody Taylor and Jiyeon Lee suggest that diners call ahead (770-612-2502) with orders for pick-up. Heirloom's limited parking spaces are now reserved for 15-minute to-go order parking.

Lee and Taylor are currently building out a new restaurant in the former Kitsch'n 155 spot at 1788 Clairmont Road. Taylor says they are currently waiting on permitting to move forward with the new place, but hopes to open in August.

FoodPeople.com recently garnered a delivery partnership with Heirloom. Taylor says they will begin exploring other delivery options moving forward.

"We're going to look for another spot for Heirloom, but we're in the middle of opening the other place. It's just bad timing," Taylor says.

Read the full announcement below:

We have some bad news happening at Heirloom Market BBq: Starting Tuesday we will no longer have inhouse dining. We will become to-go and catering only. Cobb County and the DOT have decided that in the near future no on can park in any form of unpaved surface around the area. That includes our employees that park on our private property. So be careful in the future if you park on the side. They are threatening to enforce with tickets. We are also no longer aloud to have people stand and eat on the patio....thus limiting our seating and forcing us to move in this direction. All the parking spots in the front row facing the building will now be 10-15 minute parking including those in front of next door. I guess all the tax dollars we generate are not good enough and they are forcing this small business into a corner. Come tonight and tomorrow as it will be the last chance to stand or sit and eat at Heirloom.

NOTE: This post has been updated to reflect new information.

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