1980s-inspired bar Truman to open in Decatur

The interior of Calle Latina in downtown Decatur.  (BECKY STEIN/special)

The interior of Calle Latina in downtown Decatur. (BECKY STEIN/special)

Break out the shoulder pads and acid washed jeans — the ’80s are coming to Decatur.

Tomorrow’s News Today reports that the team behind Calle Latina is set to open Truman, a bar modeled after a 1980s New York tavern frequented by Calle Latina partner Brian Buchanan, at 123 E. Court Square by the end of September. The space belonged to Colbeh Persian restaurant, which is now closed.

Truman will reportedly be open seven days a week and will serve lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

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