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The Halal Guys set to open in Chamblee this month, celebrating with free food

The long wait is (almost) over -- The Halal Guys is ready to make its Georgia debut, and give out some free food in the process.

The popular New York‘chicken-and-rice cart turned brick-and-mortar restaurant will open at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 at 4929 Buford Highway.

The Halal Guys menu features a mix of various American Halal food including beef gyro sandwiches, chicken-and-rice platters and "secret" white sauce.

“After a longer than expected construction process, I’m excited to finally open our red and yellow doors to the public," said Moynul Chowdhury, operating franchisee of the Chamblee location, in a statement. “We couldn’t have picked a more eclectic part of town to open our first location—-it fits us perfectly.”

The first 50 customers at the opening will receive a free entree platter and fountain drink of their choice; the next 200 customers will receive a Halal Guys T-shirt. Opening day will also offer live entertainment from local artists and a raffle featuring various prizes from The Halal Guys.

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Though this will be the first Georgia location, the chain has more than 200 stores around the world.

The Chamblee spot will be open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays and 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Fridays-Saturdays.

4929 Buford Highway Ste. A, Chamblee.


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