Decatur’s Taco Mac Closing Temporarily for Extensive Renovation

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The good folks at Taco Mac Sports Grill were good enough to send along an announcement and some renderings of renovations from Atlanta-based design studio ai3 that will be undertaken at Decatur’s Taco Mac at the corner of West Ponce de Leon Ave and Commerce Drive starting August 5th.  A bit more info from the release…

The restaurant will be temporarily closing for the renovation project at close of business on Sunday, August 4.
The restaurant is planned to reopen in October with a fresh and exciting look. The interior  design renovation features a new street-front patio along Ponce de Leon Avenue; an all-new  and expanded bar area featuring 100 draft beer taps; new, more comfortable seating and  upgraded LED HDTVs throughout the restaurant and bar. The project is expected to take 12-14  weeks to complete.
“After 12 years, it’s time to refresh this Taco Mac,” said Bob Campbell, Taco Mac CEO. “ We’re  looking forward to the fresh, new look of this restaurant and the excitement we think it will bring  to Decatur. We’re proud to be a part of this community and committed to investing in the Decatur Taco Mac.”
A couple more interior renderings after the jump.

Decatur Taco Mac Will Close This Summer for Remodel

In case you haven’t seen these comments yet, Old Man Potter alerted us to remodeling at Decatur’s downtown Taco Mac this summer, and Nittany313 filled us in on the details…

The majority of the Taco Mac work is going to be done overnight so there will only be a few weeks where it may be completely closed. There are still multiple floorplans being reviewed but there is some discussion of moving the bar. Instead of being at the back of the restaurant they may turn it so that the bar runs perpendicular with the wall nearest Sawicki’s. This would be similar to their layouts at Johns Creek and Duluth but with a much smaller footprint.

How about adding an addition that expands over the parking lot?  I kid…sort of.