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The tech-enabled, golf-focused eatertainment chain has 11 units now with at least five more slated for 2022.
The scaled-down spinoff will serve pancake bowls, burgers and more—mainly for takeout. It's the first of 10 slated for the Big Apple.
A few years after pressing pause, closing some units, and weathering the onset of the pandemic, the buzzed-about fast-casual says 2021 was its most profitable year so far.
The delivery-only Impossible Shop offers exclusive recipes and new products from the plant-based meat maker. It's being served out of Dog Haus locations in eight states.
Founders Table Restaurant Group, the parent of Chopt and Dos Toros, said the money will help the three-unit chain grow in New York City and elsewhere.
The seven-unit Dallas-based chain plans to start opening five restaurants a year after its acquisition by TriSpan Partners.
The company’s new Chicago location blurs the line between delivery hub and food court. It plans to open five more in the next year.
The fast-growing breakfast-and-lunch chain took a step back to focus on existing franchisees, and the move has paid off.
The mini golf eatertainment brand, which opened its second U.S. store early this month, is slated to open five more locations next year after securing a $60 million investment last spring.
The delivery-only concept already has 165 locations across three continents thanks to Reef's large and growing kitchen network.