New restaurant offers unique experience to Johns Creek area.

By JACQUELINE COMBS

Hurricane Grill and Wings works hard to show customers that they can put a spin on a classic way of eating and relaxing.

Customers seem to enjoy the unique variety of activities Hurricane Grill and Wings has to offer that may not be found at the surrounding restaurants. For example, Hurricane puts a spin on the traditional rules of cornhole by bringing it indoors for easier access by guests.

“We wanted to bring something new to the table at Hurricane,” said Kristein McGrath, bartender at Hurricane Grill. “We offer cornhole, a night where kids eat for free, trivia nights, an arcade, and live music on the weekends.”

The inside theme of the restaurant displays a tropical feel and bright colored walls and decorations. The tables are shaped like surfboards and the chalkboard menus are hand-written.

The wings found at Hurricane are larger than the average chicken wing. Cooked fresh and never frozen, they are slathered in a choice of house-made sauces. The unique style of Hurricane lets customers add the wing sauce to any side item choice. The guest favorite is to add the salt-n-vinegar sauce to the house-made kettle chips.

Hurricane’s most popular drink is the VooDoo Bucket. The drink contains five flavors of Cruzan rum, is mixed with fruit juice, and served in a large enough serving where it is ideal to share with friends.

Having been open for such a short period of time, Hurricane Grill and Wings is successful n reference to the surrounding restaurants. Johns Creek is the first location of Hurricane to open in Georgia. However, four stores plan to be built within the next three years.

 

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