Alpharetta residents will have a new option this winter when they are craving Tex-Mex.
Chuy’s — an Austin, Texas-based restaurant founded in 1982 — will open a location in the city in north Fulton County this coming winter. A specific date was not given.
The restaurant will be at 2560 Old Milton Pkwy., Suite 120. It will be the fourth Chuy’s in metro Atlanta, joining locations in Dunwoody, Kennesaw and Cumberland.
“We’re thrilled to call Alpharetta our newest home, and introduce everyone to Chuy’s unique, made-from-scratch approach to Tex-Mex,” said Joel Docking, local owner and operator of Chuy’s in Alpharetta. “Since we opened our first Atlanta restaurant in 2011, we’ve received such a great response. We’re looking forward to continuing to spread our passion for fresh food and even better service to this community.”
The 7,000-square foot restaurant will feature an outdoor patio, a custom Elvis shrine, a hubcap covered ceiling and its own “distinct flair and layout.” It will be located in the Liberty Village shopping center near Avalon.
Chuy’s in Alpahretta will be open seven days a week and will feature daily food and drink specials.
For updates and promotions, visit Chuy’s Alpharetta’s Facebook page.
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