Biryani’s Place Planning Second Location in Alpharetta

The grill and bar currently operates a Sandy Springs location serving up home style South Indian food.
Biryani's Place to Open Second Location in Alpharetta
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Biryani’s Place, an Indian grill and bar, is planning to open a second restaurant in Alpharetta.

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Per lease intel, it is coming to 5530 Windward Pkwy and will occupy suite C310, a 2,400-square-foot space. The location is part of a shopping center that features a number of eateries including The Original Pancake House, Wild Wing Café and thai². It will also soon be home to boba tea shop, OneZo.

In a call to the restaurant, an employee who answered the phone could not immediately provide What Now Atlanta with details on the forthcoming Alpharetta location. But in an email, a leasing representative did confirm that a lease had been signed with them.

Biryani’s currently has a location in Sandy Springs at 6115 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. According to a statement on the brand’s website, owner Venu Danda is hoping to franchise soon and expand the concept across the Midwest and more.

Having always been exposed to small business, Danda previously owned and operated a convenience store and gas station before deciding to do something which was more customer-oriented. That decision led him to get into the Indian restaurant business and start Biryani’s Place.

Biryani is a mixed rice dish originating in India that is made with spices, rice, and different kinds of meat. Sometimes, eggs and potatoes are added. Biryani’s Place offers a very extensive menu featuring vegetable biryani, chicken biryani and goat biryani. Soups, tandoori platters, and Indo-Chinese dishes such as Schezwan fried rice are also available.

Danita White

Danita White is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. Born in Georgia and raised in Texas, she reports on new and forthcoming businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth markets.

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