Restaurant Approved for Brooklyn Center’s Shingle Creek Crossing
After a string of high-profile business closures at Brooklyn Center’s Shingle Creek Crossing shopping center, a new restaurant is now slated to break ground.
The Brooklyn Center City Council approved a site and building plan for Pollo Campero at 1340 Shingle Creek Crossing.
The chain was founded in the 1970s in Guatemala and specializes in fried chicken. The venue also offers grilled chicken, empanadas, salads, and sides like rice and beans.
“I’m hopeful that you’ll be in the city soon,” said Brooklyn Center Mayor April Graves.
Brooklyn Center will be home to the second Pollo Campero in Minnesota. There is an existing location in West St. Paul.
“The public’s excited,” said Council Member Kris Lawrence-Anderson. “I think it sounds interesting.”
Walmart and Applebees recent closed at Shingle Creek Crossing.