New additions to Town Center at Cobb mall
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A steady stream of shoppers head in and out of Town Center Mall on Black Friday in Novemeber 2013. Town Center at Cobb mall recently announced a combination of new stores and restaurants will open soon. <br> Staff/Kelly J. Huff </br>
A steady stream of shoppers head in and out of Town Center Mall on Black Friday in Novemeber 2013. Town Center at Cobb mall recently announced a combination of new stores and restaurants will open soon.
Staff/Kelly J. Huff
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KENNESAW — Town Center at Cobb mall announced a combination of new stores and restaurants will open soon.

Opening this summer, the 1,040-square-foot Camicissima store will specialize in men’s European-style shirts and ties. The Italian clothing store offers a collection of seasonal shirts and ties in various colors. The store will be on the upper level of the mall, next to Francesca’s Collection.

American Wing Co. is set to open in the Food Court next to Sbarro this spring.  Known for its signature chicken wings, this neighborhood bar and grill offers a selection of over 50 menu items.

Lane Bryant just opened a newly renovated 4,500-square-foot store next to Payless ShoeSource on the lower level of the Macy’s wing. This women’s plus-size clothing store offers trendy apparel, lingerie, activewear and accessories.  

Now open in the Food Court, Gyro Brothers features various Greek menu items — including gyro and soulvaki sandwiches, Moussaka, Pastichio, kabobs and baklava.

Fancie Flamingo recently opened on the lower level Sears wing near Godiva. The 900-square foot store features greeting cards, home décor and accessories.

Women’s clothing, jewelry and accessories boutique RED recently relocated to the lower level Belk wing next to Belk.

Natural Beauty Spa Boutique has also moved into a new storefront on the lower level of Sears by Auntie Anne’s Pretzels.

Town Center at Cobb mall includes more than 175 stores including anchors Macy’s, Macy’s Men’s & Furniture Gallery, Belk, Sears and J.C. Penney.

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