Buckhead's 'US Cafe' Closed For Good, Smyrna Locations Still Open

Andrea V. Watson

BUCKHEAD, GA — US Cafe in Buckhead has permanently closed its doors to patrons after 10 years in the neighborhood. The business confirmed with Patch on Thursday that the location is no longer open.

US Cafe offers a classic all-American menu and they’re known for their specialty burgers and wing sauces. They’ve been around for more than 25 years, according to its website.

The two Smyrna locations are still open for takeout and delivery. They said they will honor reward points or gift cards at both locations. In mid March they posted on Instagram that the Buckhead and Smyrna locations were only doing carry out.

When Gov. Kemp began to open back up the state and allowed restaurants to resume their dine in service, US Cafe opted out.

In a Facebook post on April 26, they wrote:

“We have decided to continue takeout-only dining at this time for the sake of the health of our team and guests.”

Recently, the restaurant shared a statement with What Now Atlanta regarding the closing.

“Dear Loyal US Cafe Guests, unfortunately, due to the current situation, we have made the difficult decision to close our Buckhead location indefinitely. This was a very tough decision to make as it impacts our guests and our team members – one of which has been with us since we opened back in 2010! We want to thank our team who have been passionate about serving our guests. We will miss seeing you and exchanging stories. While we are a restaurant, we consider all of our guests and team family. It has been an awesome 10 years and we’ve appreciated the opportunity to serve and meet our guests who discovered us for the first time as well as our Smyrna guests who frequented this location. We will miss all of you…”

Read the full statement and a list of other metro Atlanta restaurants that won’t reopen here.

Here's a small business directory created by Patch to help residents see what's open in Smyrna.businesses have shared their information, which we've compiled here.

This article originally appeared on the Buckhead Patch