Mi Cocina closes in Midtown

Guacamole "Mexicano" served with chips from Mi Cocina.  Frozen margarita with sangria (BECKY STEIN)

Guacamole “Mexicano” served with chips from Mi Cocina. Frozen margarita with sangria (BECKY STEIN)

Tex-Mex restaurant Mi Cocina has closed its doors at 1080 Peachtree St. in Midtown after almost four years in business.

The Dallas-based eatery’s Facebook page addressed the closure yesterday:

Former AJC food critic John Kessler gave the restaurant a less-than-glowing review when he visited in late 2012, saying it “doesn’t quite hit the good-enough marks you expect from a Tex-Mex restaurant. Not only do the fajitas not sizzle, they come garnished with slices of fried potato hard to distinguish from the desiccated chicken strips.

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