The Peurivan chicken restaurant at Hickory Ridge Village Center is set to reopen on Thursday.
And it will continue to offer its specialites like whole Peruvian chicken, fried yuca, plantains and papa ala huancaina (Peruvian fried rice).
"Things will be pretty much the same," said co-manager James Sena, who was preparing the restaurant for its opening on Wednesday afternoon.
The restaurant closed at the beginning of 2012 after the partnership between the two owners broke down, according to Sena. Sena said he couldn't discuss the disagreement because the owners were not legally able to do so.
As a result of the disagreement, the restaurant was forced to change its name from Chick'N Pollo to Grille Chick'N Pollo, but will keep most of its menu items, according to Sena.
The restuarant officially reopens at 11 a.m. on January 3 at 6470 Freetown Road.
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