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Genghis Mongolian Grill Opens In Pineville

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PINEVILLE, La. (KALB News Channel 5)--A new restaurant in Pineville is now open for business.

Genghis Mongolian Grill is located on Highway 28 East, near Edgewood Drive.  It features a taste of the Orient where diners design their own meals that are cooked on a huge grill in the center of the restaurant.

City leaders say they are pleased to see new businesses choosing to locate in the Pineville area.

"I think the most important part is that it's something that are people here in Pineville want. This is a prime example of it, as packed as this place has been and that it will be. Great location, it's just gonna have a great impact on our city," Mayor Clarence Fields said.

Genghis Mongolian Grill is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

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