Valdosta Daily Times

Business

August 9, 2008

Two new restaurants headed to Valdosta

VALDOSTA — Valdosta will soon see two new restaurants this fall as the community continues to attract new business.

Barberitos has announced its intention to build its new Tex-Mex restaurant in the Remerton Square plaza on Baytree Road, and Taqueria del SurEste will build its new restaurant at the North Oak Square shopping center located on Inner Perimeter Road and North Oak Street Ext.



• Barberitos



According to a press release, Barberitos is a natural and fresh Tex-Mex style restaurant.

“We are so excited to be part of the Valdosta and Valdosta State University community and look forward to serving the people of Valdosta the freshest food available,” said Todd Jones, franchise owner, in the press release. “We go to great lengths to be sure all meals will be made fresh with produce and meat we receive daily, and everything will be made to the specifications of our customers.”

This location brings the total number of the Barberitos Franchise restaurants to 20 in the southeastern United States. The Valdosta location will be open for business in early fall. The restaurant is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Catering for special events and celebrations is also available. “We will be able to set up and serve parties as small as 15 guests and as large as several hundred,” said Jones.

“As a franchise we are excited about becoming a part of such a great community,” said Downing Barber, founder and CEO of Barberitos. “We always look for places where we can get involved with the community and provide a healthier, way fresher, way better alternative to fast food.”

To learn more, visit the web site at www.barberitos.com.



• Taqueria del SurEste



Gill Property Management has announced a new restaurant for its North Oak Square shopping center currently under construction and renovation on Inner Perimter Road.

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