The Greene Turtle announced that it has completed a multi-unit development agreement to bring six of the family-friendly sports bar and grille locations to Central Pennsylvania. Typhoon Central PA, a new franchise group consisting of partners Leho Poldmae and Dave Trimbur, will develop the restaurants in State College, Pennsylvania, home to Penn State University’s main campus, and throughout Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and York Counties.
The Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille opened its 43rd location and second New York-based site Monday, a new franchise unit located at 1740 Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow, Long Island. The debut occurred just one week after the family-friendly sports-themed bar and grille began welcoming guests at its seven Virginia-based restaurant, located in the Chantilly Shopping Center in Chantilly, Virginia, near Washington, D.
Stone-Goff Partners announced that it has acquired a controlling interest in The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille, a family-friendly casual dining restaurant and sports bar with 41 company-owned and franchised locations across the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, and Appalachian regions.
The Greene Turtle announced today that a group of investors with more than 30 combined years of corporate management experience and ties to multiple global and regional quick-service and fast-casual restaurant franchises has signed a franchise agreement for the development of 10 units in Montgomery, Bucks, Lehigh and Northampton Counties, the areas surrounding Philadelphia.
The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille officially entered West Virginia today with the debut of a new restaurant featuring 6,000 square feet of interior space and a 3,000-square-foot outdoor deck offering outdoor diners a view of live music performances on an adjacent year-round concert stage.
It used to be that providing great food and great service was enough to keep diners coming back. But today, two factors combine to make it more challenging to hang onto guests: Consumers have more restaurant choices than ever, and the sagging economy means people are much choosier about where they dine.