Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip, the premium dessert destination, today announced the grand opening of its newest café in Doha, Qatar. The location is the first of six locations planned to open within the next six years by the Ali Bin Ali Group, a leading retail and distribution organization in Qatar.
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Having opened his first Nestlé Toll House unit in 2007, Howard Taylor quickly became acquainted with the quick-serve industry and today owns and operates five units in Michigan. Taylor caught wind of the partnership between Nestlé Toll House and Häagen-Dazs in February, and explored the option of cobranding his own locations.
In July, Taylor opened his first cobranded Nestlé Toll House/Häagen-Dazs unit, and he is already planning to do the same with the rest of his existing locations.
On Saturday, July 30, Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip, a premiere bakery and dessert bar, opened the doors of the first Kuwait restaurant located in Abu Al Hasaniya’s The Village. This is the second café opening in a six-week period for Royal Food Services Company, the master developer of this location as well as a location in Dubai. Royal Food Services Company is slated to establish a presence in the countries of Kuwait, UAE, and Jordan with a minimum of 48 cafes throughout the three countries.
On Saturday, July 16, Shops and Nestlé Toll House Café celebrated the grand opening of its newest co-branded location in theupscale shopping mall, Dallas Galleria, with some exciting giveaways.
To commemorate the occasion, Häagen-Dazs awarded one lucky customer with free ice cream for a year. In addition, Nestlé Toll House Café gave away 1,000 smiles (mini chocolate chip cookies) and Häagen-Dazs gave the first 500 customers in attendance free scoops of their favorite ice cream flavors.