Little Rey Brings Its North Mexico-Inspired Food To The Suburbs

Taco lovers rejoice! Johns Creek is getting a new Mexican-inspired restaurant.
Little Rey Brings Its North Mexico-Inspired Food To The Suburbs
Photo Official | Existing Little Rey restaurant

Those who love tacos on Tuesdays and beyond have another reason to be festive with the addition of Little Rey in a Johns Creek mixed-use development.

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What Now Atlanta previously reported that Medley would be a 43-acre project, announcing eleven restaurants to date. Ford Fry Restaurants is bringing Little Rey to Johns Creek as its second location in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The opening timeline is currently unclear.

Although representatives from Little Rey or Ford Fry Restaurants were not immediately available for comments, patrons can expect the same North Mexico-inspired flavors. With a menu curated by acclaimed chef Ford Fry, the restaurant boasts a range of options and is known for its wood-roasted “chicken al carbon.”

Additional menu options that rise up as customer favorites are its tacos, fresh salsa, salads, and hand-made tortillas. And what is a Mexican dining experience without the refreshing taste of a margarita?

Little Rey may be coming to the suburbs, but the in-town experience won’t waver. From intimate dinners to large dinners to weddings and events, there is something for every person.

Little Rey is part of an elite restaurant ownership group, including Atlanta’s The Optimist, Beetlecat, Marcel, Superica, No. 246, and St. Cecilia.

Joshua Rodgers

Lover of Culture. Curator of Motivation. Advocate for Equity. Josh Rodgers is a writer, content creator, and DEI practitioner originally from Memphis, TN. He works with Habitat for Humanity International – creating strategies, tools, and resources that support the organization's global DEI strategy for over 1,000 local affiliated organizations. Josh also serves as a content writer for Blavity, Inc. His work can be seen across several of the organization's verticals, including AfroTech, Blavity News, and Shadow & Act. Josh is also a contributing writer for Buzzfeed, highlighting the nuanced experiences of Black culture and entertainment. When he isn't writing and disrupting spaces with his DEI work, he can be found on the mic as the co-host and founder of The Jigsaw Podcast. It's a platform dedicated to helping Black millennials attempt to navigate life, the craziest puzzle piece ever created. Josh holds a B.A. in Political Science from Morehouse College, an MPA in Non-Profit Management from Arkansas State University, and an MPP in Community and Economic Development from Georgia State University. Josh lives in the Atlanta area with his wife, Asha, and two sons, Joshua II and Jayden Alexander.

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