Red Pepper Taquería opening Briarcliff Road store Jan. 2

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Taquería to open at Briarcliff La Vista Shopping Center in Italian restaurant’s place.

Red Pepper Taquería, a taco joint serving over 100 types of Tequila, is slated to open Jan. 2, Thrillist Atlanta first reported.

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The taquería, at 2149 Briarcliff Road, will open at the Briarcliff La Vista Shopping Center, replacing the now shuttered Artuzzi’s Italian Kitchen.

Originally, the owners of Artuzzi’s announced they would open a different Italian concept in its place.

Red Pepper Taquería will feature “draft table taps,” where guests can dine and pour their own beers, according to a press release.

Red Pepper will serve the usual suspects found at a taquería: quesadillas, enchiladas. tacos and other entrees, made from “organic ingredients, fresh seafood and local beef.”


Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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8 years ago

They aren’t the same owners as artuzzis.

8 years ago

Is it being opened by the same people who ran Artuzzi’s?

8 years ago

It will be run by new owners. Place looks great!! A great addition to the drinking and eating rotation!

Tears for Beers
8 years ago

I’m sorry, but aren’t we hitting taco critical mass right about now?

8 years ago

4 comments before the “too many tacos” comment. I was expecting it in 2!

8 years ago

OMG…not another taco/mexican place…

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