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Nigerian restaurant Suya Spot opens Friday in Owings Mills

Founder and owner Fola Jinadu will open a second Suya Spot restaurant next month.
Founder and owner Fola Jinadu will open a second Suya Spot restaurant next month. (Handout)

Update (July 24): Suya Spot’s Owings Mills location will open starting Friday from 1-11 p.m., according to general manager Ola Omisore. The restaurant is located at 10309 Grand Central Ave., Suite 104.

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Suya Spot, the Nigerian-inspired restaurant in Randallstown, will open a new location in Owings Mills next month.

Located at the mixed-use development known as Metro Centre, the restaurant will open in mid-June, according to a news release.

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World of Beer is among four stores and restaurants that announced plans Wednesday to open at Metro Centre at Owings Mills.

Fola Jinadu, owner and founder, opened the first Suya Spot in late 2015, serving different versions of the restaurant’s namesake — Suya, a popular meat skewer from West Africa — along with items like catfish pepper soup, nkwobi (cow foot) and snail. Many of the recipes use yagi spice, according to the release, a flavoring spice that Jinadu imports from Nigeria.

Suya Spot joins other eateries at Metro Centre including Eggspectation, Fractured Prune and Times Square Kitchen. World of Beer, the craft-beer bar chain, is expected to open within the next several weeks, the release stated.

For more information, go to suyaspot.us.

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