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Bell Street Burritos to Open on Bankhead in Villa Rica

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Residents of the Villa Rica community and those nearby can look forward to a new California styled burrito restaurant on the block soon. The construction of Bell Street Burritos is on the verge of completion with an expected opening around the end of February, according to Co-Owner Ben Eidson. Construction for the 1,433-square-foot building began in November 2023. According to Eidson the walls, ceiling and flooring have mostly been assembled and the next task is to work on finishes. This location will be “very similar” to the locations of Bell Street Burritos in Atlanta. 

The restaurant will serve its regular menu items of burritos, bowls, tacos, and quesadillas. In addition there will be salads and nachos every day and in-house-made tamales every Friday. There is also a breakfast/brunch menu available on Saturdays from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. This menu includes breakfast burritos, bowls, and quesadillas with scrambled eggs and cheese and the customer’s choice of bacon, sausage, or no meat. There are additional ingredients  available to be added to the entrees like onions, jalapeños, and potatoes, just to name a few. Shrimp and jalapeno cheese grits will be available too. Bell Street Burritos will be located at 660 W. Bankhead Highway. Check them out on the restaurant’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/bellstreetburritos/ and check back with The City Menus for updates. 

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