For over 10 years, Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar has exceeded guest’s expectations with its quality food and game-day atmosphere, resulting in exponential growth with no plans of slowing down.Read more: The 'Best Sports Bar in America' is Ready for Primetime Walk-On’s Enterprises co-founder and owner Brandon Landry announced that the company has executed a Franchise Agreement with Jason Sadowski and his wife Amy to bring 11 Walk-On’s locations to Georgia (Savannah and Augusta), South Carolina (Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, Spartanburg and Myrtle Beach) and North Carolina (Fayetteville and Wilmington) starting in fall 2018.
Walk-On’s Independence Bowl is just around the corner and title sponsor Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is getting ready for game day.Following the announcement made earlier this fall that Walk-On’s had signed a five-year contract with the Independence Bowl Foundation, the Baton Rouge-based brand is excited to host two giveaways to give fans a chance to win a one-of-a-kind Independence Bowl experience.
Burger? Not exactly. Just as delicious and savory? Absolutely. Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is switching things up with November’s “Burger of the Month.” Instead of a classic burger patty, the restaurant will serve Ma’s Meatloaf from November 1–30.
Waco will soon have a new family-friendly restaurant to watch the big game. It’s co-owned by NFL star Drew Brees who knows a little something about sports.Baton Rouge-based Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is hosting a special groundbreaking ceremony for its first Waco-area restaurant October 12.
Independence Bowl Foundation officials announced Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar as the title sponsor of the Independence Bowl."As a proud Louisiana-based brand with our roots firmly planted in college sports, partnering with a Louisiana bowl game has always been a dream,” Walk-On’s Founder and CEO Brandon Landry says.
Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is celebrating the beginning of fall with a spicy new Burger of the Month. In honor of Halloween—and the fiery peppers in the savory dish—the restaurant will be serving up The Ghost Burger throughout the month of October.
San Antonio will get its first taste of Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar and its fresh Louisiana cuisine on July 17.The new restaurant, located at 1400 Pantheon Way in Hollywood Park, near San Antonio International Airport, will open at 11 a.
Attention from franchisees, NFL legends, and the Worldwide Leader in Sports hasn’t changed Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar a bit. Just listen to its COO and president, Scott Taylor, talk about what makes the company tick.
Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar has solved the daily struggle of choosing between red or white meat while out to eat, with the unveiling of July’s Burger of the Month.Beginning Saturday, Walk-On’s is debuting the Red, White, and Que Burger—a half-pound burger patty topped with barbecue pulled chicken, spicy coleslaw, pepper jack cheese and fried pickles on a toasted brioche bun.
Alexandria, Louisiana, will soon be home to an award-winning, family-friendly sports bar co-owned by NFL star Drew Brees.Baton Rouge-based Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is hosting a special groundbreaking ceremony for its newest restaurant on May 12.
Walk-On’s Enterprises co-founder and owner Brandon Landry announced Monday that the company has executed an area development agreement with seasoned restaurant owner Moussa Haidar to bring an initial five Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar restaurants to southern Texas, with more locations to be added in the near future.
When you run the ultimate sports bar, and Drew Brees is one of your owners, putting together the “Ultimate Louisiana Football Weekend” seems like a natural fit.Fans of the All-Pro quarterback and his favorite sports bar, Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar, are invited to enter an online charity raffle to win an incredible weekend football package featuring tickets to both an LSU and New Orleans Saints game, a private tour of the Saints training facility, a meet-and-greet with Brees himself, and much more.
In some ways, the supply chain dust has settled. The purported merger between foodservice titans Sysco and US Foods never happened—at a reported cost of $693 million to the former—while local sourcing, food safety, food waste, labor shortages, and government regulations continue to dish out their share of sleepless nights to operators around the country.
Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar is heading to Houston, Texas, in late 2016. And it’s bringing along its signature Louisiana-style menu, game-day atmosphere, and America’s Cheerleaders to make sure every guest feels welcome.