Popular fast-casual chain Gusto will open its sixth location in Buckhead next year, the company announced in a news release.
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Gusto opening second Buckhead location next year 

Popular fast-casual chain Gusto will open its sixth location in Buckhead next year, the company announced in a news release. 

The eatery will sit in the space once occupied by Georgia-based restaurant chain Cheeseburger Bobby at the Roswell-Wieuca Shopping Center on Roswell Road. 

“We look forward to becoming a meaningful part of the surrounding neighborhoods and providing our take on fresh and colorful food,” Gusto founder Nate Hybl said in a statement. 

The restaurant chain is also opening a location on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Chamblee this month. That location will have Gusto’s first drive-thru. 

Known for its bowls and wraps, Gusto allows patrons to customize meals that combine international cuisine with American flavors. Customers select their choice of sauce, vegetable and rice and protein. 

Hybl said the company is looking for a local operating partner to run the upcoming Buckhead location. The local operating partner acts as a Gusto brand ambassador and makes connections in nearby communities. Those interested should email Gusto’s operations director Richmond Green at richmond.green@whatsyourgusto.com. 


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