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Pollo Tropical Makes A Successful Comeback
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Pollo Tropical Makes A  Successful Comeback

Pollo Tropical┬«, famous for its citrus-marinated grilled chicken and Caribbean flavors, had a successful grand opening today at their new location on Lawrenceville, Ga.  In 1996, Atlanta franchisee Gary Link closed his three Pollo Tropical restaurants, citing unhappiness with the results of the franchise. The concept was probably ahead of its time for Atlanta, said Harold Shumacher, president of The Shumacher Group Inc a restaurant consulting firm.

 
The first 100 customers in line received a certificate for a free Pollo Tropical Family Meal and were entered on site to win Free Pollo Tropical Chicken for a Year! Until now, the nearest Pollo Tropical was in Jacksonville, Florida.
 
 

According to Vicky Timmer, Region Director for Pollo Tropical, the company's first Georgia location will offer the same great marinated, grilled chicken and made-from-scratch sides guests have come to expect from the quick casual chain, but with an "elevated" flair including free limited table service and WiFi - as well as real plates, beer, wine, sangria and much more. Customers can dine in, take out or use the restaurant's convenient "Pollo on the Go" drive thru. The restaurant will open daily at 10:30 a.m., seven days a week.

On the new Pollo Tropical 'masterpiece menu' is its famous citrus-marinated grilled chicken, now also available brushed with a spicy Poyo Poyo sauce. An assortment of signature sandwiches and artistic wraps also highlight the menu, including the Chipotle Chicken Sandwich, Classic Chicken Sandwich with Peppadew Sauce, Guava Pork BBQ Sandwich, Chicken Caesar Wrap, and a Chicken Quesadilla Wrap plus the limited time Chicken Avocado Club Wrap.

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