La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant in Newnan is temporarily closed for major renovations. With renovation work expected until March at the very least, patrons should expect a fresh modern look at the classic Mexican restaurant when it reopens. The restaurant is in stage one, the demo phase, of their three-phase renovation.
“We are removing the ceiling tiles and exposing the red brick walls,” said Broker JJ Thomasson with Jackson Properties.
The restaurant will showcase its attractive tongue and groove ceiling, and, by removing the previous interior walls, the red bricks on the interior will give the restaurant a fresh new feel.
Once Phase one is completed, phase two will consist of installing a new TPO roof and adding support to old floor joists, making sure they are secure for years to come. Along with a new paint job and modern HVAC system, the restaurant will be almost unrecognizable when reopened.
Phase three, the leasing phase, may see the property split between two tenants, or all of the space will go to La Fiesta. Due to issues with the supply chain and labor shortages, neither La Fiesta nor Jackson Properties will comment on long-term lease agreements until the projects are completed and the total costs are accounted for.
According to Thomasson, the target date in March is very optimistic, and delays should be expected because of both COVID’s impacting the supply chain and shortages in the labor force. Stay tuned for more details on The City Menus for further developments!