Taco Mac has closed its Lindbergh location after 15 years, citing the uptick of crime in Buckhead.

Taco Mac sent an email to customers announcing the closure, calling the Lindbergh location a “staple in Atlanta.”

“The combination of recent restaurant closures in the development (at 573 Main Street), safety challenges in the parking garage, and a recent uptick of crime in Buckhead, has made this location no longer safe for our team members,” the message to customers said.

“We are thankful to be navigating this season with our team in Lindbergh, who have shown grace, warmth and dedication, and our gratitude is immeasurable,” the email said. “We are beyond eager to provide immediate placements for all managers and team members in surrounding Taco Mac restaurants.”

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Mike Nelson

Another victim to the Keisha Bottoms fiasc. Unprecedented crime, a demoralized police department and millions in lawsuits. She should resign she has been a complete disgrace and failure to the city. Buckhead you would be foolish not to annex out. Every city is great once they are away from that city.

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