Chef Anthony Russo, the founder of dining concepts that include Russo's New York Pizzeria and Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen, announced Wednesday plans to expand the brands' footprint in the Hawaiian Islands.
A local developer and experienced business owner has signed a franchise agreement with Russo's Restaurants to open a Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen in San Antonio. It will be the first Russo's location in San Antonio and is slated to open in the spring of 2015 at The Rim, a premium mixed-use residential and shopping destination.
Russo's Restaurants, founders of dining concepts that include Russo's New York Pizzeria and Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen, announced plans to significantly enhance the brands' footprint in Maryland, Washington, D.
Industry reports can be a double-edged sword: they foretell trends, but can also mislead operators into thinking there are tastes and ingredients they must have on menus. As information floods in, it takes expertise for operators to understand which trends are worthy of consideration and knowhow to properly menu them.
Russo's Restaurants, the family of dining concepts that includes Russo's New York Pizzeria and Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen, announced today plans to significantly enhance the brands' footprint in Houston and the surrounding areas.
While breakfast has become a lucrative daypart at many fast-food concepts and is, of course, a mainstay among family-dining brands like IHOP, Denny’s, Bob Evans, Waffle House, and Cracker Barrel, very few full-service brands in the casual-dining or upscale-dining segments have embraced morning menus.
Russo’s Restaurants started franchising in the mid-90s, and two years ago, the chain went international. Now, Russo’s Restaurants plans to significantly expand its presence, both nationally and internationally.