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Red-Eyed Mule reopens in Marietta and other dining news from the week

These are the stories that created buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:

•The Red-Eyed Mule has reopened in Marietta, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. The popular breakfast spot is now open in a former Huddle House location at 430 South Marietta Pkwy. after closing its original location in December at 1405 Church St. Extension 

•Cajun restaurant Louisiana Bistreaux will open a third location at 3312 Piedmont Road NE inside Hampton Inn & Suites, What Now Atlanta reports. The restaurant has existing locations in East Point and Decatur.

•El Tesoro Taqueria is slated to open tomorrow in Reynoldstown, Eater Atlanta reports.

•Escape room-themed bar Clues & Cocktails is set to open this spring at 314 Auburn Ave. NE, What Now Atlanta reports

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