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Fresh, New Look for Newnan’s Rednexican

One of downtown Newnan’s most popular eateries recently received a facelift that owners hope will complement the restaurant’s unique flavor. Rednexican, located at 2 East Court Square, wrapped up renovations projects last week.

“We redid the whole inside of the restaurant and basically remodeled everything inside,” said Chad Smith, owner. “We added new floors, new bathrooms, and really just wanted to create a fresh, new atmosphere for our customers.”

Smith said the restaurant had largely remained the same since it was opened five years ago.

“We figured it was time to revamp everything from the bar to the seating and even our back room which we use for private events,” said Smith.

Smith said Rednexican now has new barstools and a refinished bar along with new upgrades to the restaurant’s seating. He noted that the renovations also created a more welcoming feel in Rednexican’s private event room with new lighting, floors, and bathrooms.

“Our back room will hold about twenty-four to thirty people, and it was really in need of some improvements,” said Smith. “Now, it looks totally different than it did before and we hope people enjoy using it for private parties and events.”

Rednexican’s appearance is as unique as its menu. Smith has managed to blend southern-style barbeque with popular Mexican menu options to create a one-of-a-kind eating experience.

“We try to blend southern barbeque with Mexican food and create a fusion of the two,” said Smith. “Everyone around here loves both barbeque and Mexican food, so we figured, why not put a Mexican twist on barbecue. It turned out to be something that everybody around here loves.”

Smith said the restaurant takes pride in being different. He noted that the locally-famous menu is comprised of sauces made in-house and meat that is smoked at the restaurant.

“We smoke the pork briskets and chicken ourselves, and that’s one thing that really sets us apart,” said Smith. “We also serve the traditional barbeque side items like Brunswick stew, collard greens, and homemade mac and cheese.”

Smith said he hopes Rednexican’s new look will be as much a hit with customers as its food has been.

“We are the same place with a new look, and we want everyone to come in and check it out,” said Smith. “We’re thankful for the local people around here because that’s what really keeps us going.”

To find out more, visit the Rednexican Facebook page here.

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