Seven Hens chicken schnitzel spots in Decatur, Sandy Springs closing to make way for new restaurants

Chicken schnitzel concept Seven Hens, which opened its first location in Decatur in 2012, will vacate both that location and a second in Sandy Springs to make way for new eateries.

The Decatur space, located at 2140 N. Decatur Rd., will be replaced by a Korean street food restaurant, while the Sandy Springs spot at 6615 Roswell Rd. #340 will be converted to a Poke Bar, a Los Angeles fast-casual seafood concept, according to The Schumacher Group, who brokered the sale.

Seven Hens served chicken schnitzel in seven "globally inspired" flavors, and used locally-sourced ingredients. The owner had hoped to turn Seven Hens into a national franchise.

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