The popular eatery’s soft opening was announced on their Instagram page Thursday evening.
Liquor license secured
Earlier this week, the Birmingham City Council approved a resolution transferring Taj India’s liquor license from its old site on Highland Ave to the new location on Clairmont Avenue owned by Farris Properties.
Known for its buffet and wide variety of traditional Indian dishes, the relocation of the beloved restaurant was inevitable after the City Council voted in January to rezone Highland Plaza making way for a 272-apartment complex- limited retail development.
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