The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille announced that it has opened a new restaurant in McHenry, Maryland. The family friendly sports-themed casual dining restaurant encompasses more than 8,500 square feet and sits at the base of Wisp Resort, a year-round attraction located at the northern end of Deep Creek Lake, where many from Baltimore, Washington, D.
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.
To identify the Top 10 regional chains, FSR started with brands that had at least 10 locations at the end of 2014, were located in a concentrated geographic area or region, and had systemwide sales that approached $100 million—and in three instances, topped the $200 million mark.
The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille celebrated the opening yesterday of its 40th restaurant, a franchise unit operated by brothers Bill and Bob Frankis and located at 696A Bel Air Rd. in the Harford Mall in Bel Air, Maryland.
Gluten-free customers craving a cold beer on game day increasingly have more options.Next month, MillerCoors, one of the United States’ largest beer brands, will foray into the gluten-free market with the launch of a naturally gluten-free beer.
Fans who frequent The Greene Turtle to follow sports have more to cheer about with the debut of a new mobile app feature that lets them get more involved in the game and earn rewards for playing well.All 37 franchise and corporate locations of the sports-themed casual dining restaurant in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, New York, and Washington, D.
Famous Dave's of America, Inc. announced the Salisbury, Md. location will close at the end of the day on March 30."We have been a proud member of this community since the fall of 2008," says John Spoon, director of operations for Famous Dave's of America.
The Greene Turtle has opened the fourth of at least seven casual dining/sports bar restaurants it plans to develop in Delaware. The restaurant is the first in a four-unit deal with business partners Parthiban Jayaraman and Pradip Saha, who are also Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees.
The Greene Turtle made its New York premiere May 14 with a new restaurant in Franklin Square on Long Island that was met with great enthusiasm by the local community. With the parking lot full, lines waiting outside as the casual dining restaurant/sports bar opened its doors, and a high and diverse volume of businesspeople, families, couples, sports fans, and other locals streaming in throughout the day, the new restaurant recorded very strong opening-day revenues to welcome the popular Maryland-based brand to the Northeast.
The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille will offer veterans and active members of the military free meals in conjunction with Veteran’s Day. November 11, from 4 to 9 p.m., all of the casual dining restaurant/sports bar chains’ locations across Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Washington, D.
The Greene Turtle finished the last stage of its company’s rebranding last month.“We wanted to show that we’re not just a sports bar and grill but more a neighborhood gathering place with a heavy sports theme,” says vice president of marketing, Chris Janush.
Ron Green may be in the restaurant business, but he’s made a hefty profit in retail.Soon after founding Another Broken Egg Café in Mandeville, Louisiana, in 1996, Green began selling mugs emblazoned with the Another Broken Egg logo inside his diner.
The board of directors of The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille has announced that Robert J. Barry has been named president/CEO of the 33-unit chain.The announcement reflects a restructuring of the roles of the company’s two most senior executives that was set in motion earlier this year.
Working in a restaurant is often seen as a happy-go-lucky job but as anyone in the industry knows, that’s not exactly true.Every restaurant operator needs to have rules and regulations in place, and a firm grasp on what he or she expects of staff members.