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New restaurants, other businesses coming to Prattville

PRATTVILLE, AL (WSFA) -

Several new restaurants have opened and more businesses are coming to the City of Prattville.

Five Guys announced on Monday, through their Twitter page, that the new Five Guys restaurant located at 2731 Legends Pkwy is now open.  

Chipotle announced last week their newest restaurant, located at 2566 Cobbs Ford Rd, was open for business.

The City of Prattville announced that Panera Bread will be opening a stand-alone restaurant next to Outback Steakhouse in The Exchange, the city announced in a news release. There's no opening date yet, but city officials say activity will start in the location soon.

The city also announced four new businesses opening at High Point Town Center.

Two restaurants, The Wharf and Mid Town Pizza, have secured leases. Also, ADT Alarms is moving its head office from Montgomery to Prattville. The final new business is Armstrong McCall Professional Beauty Supply.

There's no word on when those businesses will be opening.

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