We've been reporting a new Quiznos coming to Swartz Creek since earlier this summer.

And while that isn't any closer to opening, another former restaurant has the attention of Swartz Creek residents.

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What's going on at the old Burrito Bros restaurant in Swartz Creek, MI?

Burrito Bros opened in 2022 and unfortunately closed soon after.

There's plenty of discussion in Swartz Creek Facebook Community Groups wondering what's happening in the building that used to be Dave's.

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Quiznos is taking a while to get up & running.

And, sadly, Lorenzo's along with A-1 Treat Barn burned down about a month ago.

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Residents were speculating it might be a new restaurant while others suggest something else.

If not a new restaurant in Swartz Creek... then what?

The other highly talked about possibility is a new tattoo studio.

And after a little digging... we can confirm, it is.

It appears the new owner of the building, Keith Smith, isn't wasting time to get the shop up and running.

He's already planning to give back to the community before the end of the holiday season.  

Congrats on the new business in Downtown Creek -- as the locals call it.

And kudos for already making a positive impact on the community.

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