Guac Y Margys this weekend will celebrate a partial grand opening.
The Beltline-adjacent taqueria is serving food only starting Friday, July 27, the company this week announced on its Facebook page.
David Barton, Guac Y Margys’ co-owner, confirmed the news Wednesday in an email to What Now Atlanta.
Barton and his team are still waiting on the restaurant’s liquor license to be fully operable.
“We’re very excited for everyone to try what we’ve been testing and refining over the past six months while we worked to get our doors open,” Barton said.
“We thought about waiting until we received our liquor license to open, but that can sometimes take two to three weeks, and we’re ready for Atlanta to try our soon-to-be-famous guacamole, tacos and more ASAP.”
The liquor license should be in hand sometime in August, he said.
During the first few weeks, Guac Y Margys will only be open on the weekends, Friday 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., he said.
Situated in SPX Alley, the under-construction second-phase of the Studioplex development, the Taqueria will be joined by other restaurant and retail tenants including Freedom Barber, Nina + Rafi, and MADabolic Fitness.
Final touches are being put on the space ahead of Friday’s debut: