Favorite Burgers in West Cobb

There is nothing quite so American as a burger. Fast food holds nothing to a real beef burger! And there are several great burger places around West Cobb where you can enjoy a burger, fries, onion rings and more. Listening to neighbors, we have determined that these are the “favorite burgers around West Cobb”. Do you agree? Take our survey at the end of this post and let us know! We’ll share the results.

BurgerFi

Conveniently located in downtown Kennesaw, BurgerFi is a small eclectic restaurant offering counter service as well as an outside rooftop area. Their menu ranges from veggi burgers to beef burgers, as well as hot dogs, sides, desserts and alcoholic beverages. The onion rings are huge! I ordered the small fry order of fries, and it would have been sufficient for a family of 4! Don’t want bread? You can have your burger wrapped in lettuce.

BurgerFi
2844 South Main Street
Kennesaw GA

Cheeseburger Bobby’s

There are three locations in our for Cheeseburger Bobby’s, known for it’s topping bar. They offer a variety of burgers, sides and other items, including ice cream and desserts.

Cheeseburger Bobbys – Hiram
5077 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway
Hiram, GA

Cheeseburger Bobbys – Kennesaw
1690 Roberts Blvd
Kennesaw, GA

Cheeseburger Bobbys – Kennesaw
125 Ernest Barrett Parkway
Kennesaw, GA

Five Guys

Once you have placed your order, enjoy the roasted peanuts while you wait for it to be ready. Their burgers include a variety of topping choices including peppers, grilled onions and mushrooms. If you want something other than a burger, you can also choose from a variety of hot dogs and specialty sandwiches, including grilled cheese. I am always amazed at the size of their side of order of fries, which I think is enough to feed an entire family (unless you really like a lot of fries)!

Five Guys
3450 Cobb Parkway NW
Acworth, GA 30101

Smashburger

This modern environment burger place provides a variety of beef burgers and chicken options with bun and topping options from avocado to goat cheese, bacon to mushrooms. In addition to lettuce, you can also opt for spinach. If bread is not your thing, you can also choose from a variety of salad options, as well as vegetable fries in lieu of traditional fries or onion rings. And of course, don’t forget one of the many flavored hand-spun milkshakes.

Smashburger
440 Ernest W Barrett Parkway NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Stockyard Burgers

Offering an eclectic menu of burgers from traditional beef burgers to pork, veggie and tuna burgers, with unique names and toppings. I found it very difficult to find a “plain” burger – even the Plain Jane had toppings and sauces. But after checking with the server, I learned that the Plain Jane was indeed their “plain” burger and could be ordered without the fancy toppings. When it arrived, I liked it! And since it was my friend’s birthday, we shared a peach/apple cobbler! Located just off Marietta Square, the building offers an eclectic atmosphere as well. You can enjoy your burger with a variety of beverages including alcoholic beverages such as bourbons, and more.

Stockyard Burgers
26 Mill Street NE
Marietta GA

Stoner-Burger

Yet another eclectic menu of burgers as well as atmosphere. Decor reminiscent of the Woodstock era with tie die and artwork on the walls, the chef/owner brings 20 years of culinary expertise. The menu offers a variety of appetizers, burgers and signature cocktails.

Stockyard Burgers
3365 Acworth Oaks Drive
​Acworth, GA 30101

Red Eyed Mule

We have not had a chance to check this place out, but according to the members of the Marietta City Neighborhood Group on Facebook, this place is amazing!

Red Eyed Mule
1405 Church Street Extension
Marietta, GA 30060

Which one is YOUR favorite?

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Top 10 Reasons To Use A Buyers Agent in West Cobb

A Buyer’s Agent also called “Selling Agent” is a Real Estate Agent that shows homes and matches Buyers to homes. They do all of this at NO cost to you.

  1.  It’s FREE! The Buyer’s Agent is paid by the Seller. We do not charge you (the Buyer) a fee for using our services. Need more reasons?
  2. The Seller’s Agent has a fiduciary responsibility to the Seller. They are looking out for THEIR (Seller) best interests. A Buyer’s Agent looks our for your best interests.
  3. They find homes that meet your criteria. A Buyer’s Agent knows the area and can help you find a home.
  4. A Buyer’s Agent can provide market information including average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria.
  5. They schedule appointments for you to see homes.
  6. If an Agent does not specifically represent you, they represent the seller.
  7. New Construction salespeople work for the builder, either as an independent Seller’s Agent or an employee of the builder. Either way, they represent the builder. A Buyer’s Agent will protect your interests and negotiate the builder’s contract with you.
  8. A Buyer’s Agent will have knowledge or know where to find information about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, while you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but a Realtor® will know several of the details such as how long it was on the market, if it had any pending contracts that didn’t pan out, price changes, and more.
  9. A Buyer’s Agent will help you negotiate the purchase of your new home from price, financing, date of possession, terms, and more.
  10. A Buyer’s Agent works with you throughout the home buying process.

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Easter Egg Hunts Around West Cobb 2016

Mark your calendars for Easter Egg Hunts Around West Cobb and Easter activities this year. If we missed any, please let us know so we can update our list (and map).

EASTER SUNDAY 2016
March 27, 2016

There are several neighborhoods around West Cobb that offer private events for residents only, such as Brookstone Golf & Country Club, Burnt Hickory Lakes, Seven Hills, Legacy Park and others (just one of the great benefits of living in these neighborhoods!).  So make sure to check your neighborhood communication.

NOTE

Please note that some of the events require registration and/or fees. Please be sure to check the links for each event.

Easter Egg Hunts Around West Cobb

Date

Time

Easter Egg Hunt

City

18-Mar6:30pmMarietta Egg ScrambleMarietta
18-Mar6:30pmAcworth Easter Egg HuntAcworth
18-Mar6:30pmGlow In The Dark Easter Egg HuntMarietta
19-Mar8am & 10aBunny BreakfastKennesaw
19-Mar1pmEaster EggstravaganzaCanton
19-Mar7pFlashlight Easter Egg Hunt & Movie by MoonlightSmyrna
20-Mar1:30p-4pEast Cobb YMCA Easter Egg HuntMarietta
26-Mar9aEaster Egg HuntMarietta
26-Mar2pEasterifficPowder Springs
26-Mar9aEaster at SGGKennesaw
26-Mar11aTaylor Farms Easter Egg HuntPowder Springs
26-Mar11:30a6th Annual Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop Marietta
26-Mar2pAmerican Legion Post 111 Easter Egg Hunt 2016Dallas
26-Mar4pEgg Hunt at LakePointEmerson

Easter Supplies

Hosting your own Easter Egg Hunt? There are some great ideas on the internet to help you with decorating your Easter eggs, even with children, using crayons, rice, old ties and more! Check out this article offering step by step instructions for decorating eggs in unique ways. When you are done, share your pictures on our Facebook page, we can’t wait to see them! And just like a Christmas Cookie Exchange party, you might consider hosting an Easter Egg decorating party with some of your friends and neighbors.

Here are some local places for Easter Egg baskets and decorating supplies:

Easter Brunch and/or Dinner

And if you are looking for restaurants offering Easter Brunch and/or dinner around our neighborhood, here are some options:

Get your FREE Map of the Local Easter Egg Hunts in West Cobb for 2016!

EVENT INFO

Please note that you should contact the event hosts directly to ensure that you are aware of registration policies/procedures, rain date plans, and any other information you might need.

Coffee Shops Around West Cobb

Did you know that March is National Caffeine Awareness Month? As we venture out to commute downtown or just a quick drive around town, many times we feel the need to stop for a quick caffeine jolt. Why would coffee shops around West Cobb be important to residents? Well, interestingly enough, besides the perk of having a coffee shop nearby, studies have shown that there may be a connection between coffee shops and residential real estate home values.

Often dubbed the “Starbucks Effect” these studies have shown that the proximity to a local coffee shop has a very real, and positive, effect on home values. And while the study attributes increased home values to homes near a Starbucks, the same is true for Dunkin Donuts and local coffee shops.

Curious about YOUR home’s value?

But while we all probably have coffee pots in our homes, we seem to faithfully support the local coffee shop as well. Whether it serves as our “satellite office” or social meeting spot, we seem to favor coffee shops. Studies have also shown that coffee aroma relieves stress, which may be why they are our choice for meeting spots.

I guess that is why we have an entire month to celebrate Caffeine Awareness. When did this dedication to coffee start? Remember the infamous Boston Tea Party? Our departure from England and its tea opened the door to coffee becoming our beverage of choice and was viewed by some as a patriotic responsibility. Prohibition created the next coffee explosion with an alternative to alcohol. The 1950s workplace created “coffee breaks” and our love for the beverage has continued to grow and expand with flavors and recipes. Dunkin Donuts entered the market in 1950 and it’s hard to believe that Starbucks opened their first coffee shop in 1971 in Seattle. What’s next for the coffee industry? You can ponder that question while enjoying a cup of coffee at one of the local coffee shops around West Cobb.

Coffee Shops Around West Cobb

While you can use an app to quickly find a local Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts, there are some great local coffee shops around West Cobb ready to brew a cup of coffee for you.

Map of Coffee Shops Around West Cobb


 

What’s your favorite Coffee Shop?

Check out these homes for sale near Starbucks & Dunkin Donuts on Dallas Highway in Marietta:

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