CUMMING, Ga. — The camera, lights and action last week at Norman’s Landing seafood restaurant was a first for the 19-year-old Forsyth County institution.
Bill Norman, owner, and his wife, Betsy, said they were thrilled when the “Atlanta Eats” television program contacted them about being featured. The TV show’s crew stopped in for a shoot on April 23.
“About a half-million people watch the show every Saturday and Sunday,” Norman said.
During the interview, show host Steak Shapiro asked about the restaurant’s charitable donations to the community and of course, their dishes.
Since opening the restaurant 19 years ago, Norman has raised nearly $1.88 million for different charities, agencies and schools.
“We’re hopefully going over $2 million by our 20th anniversary is our goal,” Norman said.
The episode of the show aired on May 31 on PeachtreeTV.
For more information, visit www.normanslanding.com or www.atlantaeats.com.