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Russo’s New York Pizzeria Expands to Pearland, Texas

Russo’s New York Pizzeria, a New York-style, Italian restaurant, and pizzeria franchise concept, is open at Pearland Town Center in Pearland, Texas. The Pearland location adds to the brand’s growing momentum of 47 locations located both domestically and internationally.

Milkshake Concepts Delivers New Mexican Eatery to Dallas

Milkshake Concepts on Aug. 24 announced the opening of Vidorra, Deep Ellum’s newest restaurant, patio and rooftop bar. Meaning “the good life,” Vidorra offers bold and exciting Mexican flavors, along with a large tequila selection, unique cocktail program, and lively social experience in one of Dallas’ most vibrant neighborhoods.

Mott 32 to Open First U.S. Outpost at the Palazzo in Las Vegas

Mott 32, one of Hong Kong’s most award-winning restaurants and a culinary icon in contemporary Chinese cuisine, will open its first U.S. outpost this winter at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. The menu combines authentic Chinese recipes handed down from generations with progressive cooking techniques.

Atlanta’s Bazati to Open Rooftop Restaurant and Bar

Estrella, a Yucatecan-inspired cocktail club and restaurant overlooking the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, is opening on Thursday, Aug. 30. Housed atop Bazati—an all-day destination for shopping, dining and imbibing—Estrella will feature a buzzing open-air bar, umbrella seating and a lush list of bubbly and classic Latin cocktails, such as Hemingway daiquiris and pisco sours.

Walk-On’s to Drop in West Monroe on August 27

The people of Ouachita Parish will no longer have to drive to Shreveport or Bossier City to get their Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar fix. The Baton Rouge-based restaurant is bringing its signature Louisiana-inspired menu served in a family-friendly atmosphere to West Monroe on Monday, August 27.

Bennigan’s Growing Again with North Dakota Opening

Bennigan’s is known for the emotional connection people worldwide have to the iconic, 42-year-old brand, and that bond will be reinforced yet again when its newest restaurant opens in Mandan, North Dakota, on August 20.

Famous Toastery Plans More Growth After Banner Run

Famous Toastery, a better-breakfast brand based in Charlotte, North Carolina, has big plans for the remainder of 2018. Building on momentum gained during the first half of the year and a recent ranking on Inc.

Temazcal Tequila Cantina Opening New Store in Framingham

Temazcal Tequila Cantina, a vibrant Mexican eatery and tequila bar well-loved in Boston’s Seaport District, is expanding to Framingham and set to open Labor Day weekend. Fans of upscale Mexican cuisine will get their fix at 155 Worcester Road across from Shoppers World plaza, just west of the Natick Mall.

The Lost Cajun Plans Keller, Texas Store in Fall

Merely five months after opening its first Dallas–area location in Mansfield, The Lost Cajun – a family-friendly restaurant focused on authentic Cajun food and hospitality – is expanding its local footprint even further.

The Lost Cajun Headed to Huntersville in North Carolina

The Lost Cajun, a family-friendly restaurant with a focus on authentic Cajun food served with Southern hospitality, is set to expand its North Carolina footprint even further. The Louisiana-based franchisor that focuses on providing a down-home atmosphere and southern hospitality you can feel is coming to Huntersville later this year.

The Lost Cajun’s Discovery Tour is Just Getting Started

People tell Raymond Griffin he’s nuts all the time. If they stopped, it might start to worry him. It would mean The Lost Cajun has become exactly what the status quo calls for—a story that fits one of the fastest growing full-service brands in the country.

Babbo Italian Eatery Plans 9th Metro Phoenix Location

Locally based Babbo Italian Eatery is growing. The family-owned restaurant concept plans to open its ninth Metro Phoenix location in Goodyear, Arizona. in early 2019.“We opened our first Babbo Italian Eatery in the West Valley more than 15 years ago,” says owner Ken Pollack.