Big Table Restaurants, owned by the husband and wife team of Sean and Becky Yeremyan, opened our first restaurant in Midtown in 2010 and have grown to three concepts and five locations, with more to come in Fall 2020.
HOBNOB is a "spirited" place, featuring one of the largest collections of bourbon and whiskey in the Southeast. We have locations in Brookhaven and Dunwoody, with plans to open soon in Alpharetta and Atlantic Station. We were thrilled to be named one of the Best Burgers in Atlanta in 2019 by the readers of the Atlanta Journal Constitution!
Lazy Llama Cantina is a fun, sports-oriented dining spot in Midtown serving tacos and other Mexican specialties along with an impressive selection of tequilas.
Cattle Shed Wine & Steak bar will open in Alpharetta’s Halcyon center in September 2020, serving a collection of seasonal, chef-driven dishes, including premium steak cuts, small plates, and charcuterie boards, along with an immense selection of wines.
In 2019, Big Table Restaurants/HOBNOB was honored as a Pacesetter Award finalist by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of the fastest growing restaurants in Atlanta. We are thrilled to share this special honor with our guests who have made it all possible.
As a community-driven establishment committed to providing unconditional hospitality and supporting the best interests of the neighborhood, our philosophy at Big Table Restaurants is three-fold:
- To serve well-prepared, delicious food, craft beers, bourbons, wine and cocktails with prompt and friendly service in a well-maintained and comfortable environment
- To ensure that every guest who visits the restaurant leaves happy and excited to return again and again
- To provide all who work at Big Table Restaurants with a happy, friendly and comfortable work environment that encourages long-term and satisfying employment
About the Owner
Sean Yeremyan was born and raised in Turkey with Greek and Armenian heritage. These combined cultures helped foster a love for food at an early age. He studied hospitality in Turkey, Brussels and eventually at Mercer University in the United States, settling in Atlanta in 1997. Although Yeremyan has lived all around the world, he brought a taste of his heritage to Atlanta with the opening of Gilbert’s with his brother Gilbert in Midtown in 2000, first as an international gourmet market and then as a restaurant and bar in 2001. In 2013 he and Gilbert opened 10th & Piedmont restaurant in Midtown. Today, he continues to refine the neighborhood tavern concept with HOBNOB, and has created two new restaurants, Lazy Llama Cantina and Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar.
Named a 2010 finalist for the Georgia Restaurant Association’s prestigious INNOVATOR Award, Yeremyan is proud to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere with unconditional hospitality for the surrounding neighborhoods to enjoy lunch, dinner and brunch while watching sports or before attending a nearby movie or theatre.