Industry News | November 9, 2012

Barberitos Opens Up Shop in Yulee, Florida

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Barberitos Franchising announced the opening of its 30th restaurant location in Yulee, Florida. The new store will open at the beginning of December 2012.

The new location is being opened by partners and veteran franchisees, Chris Manus and Hudson Wade, who already own a Barberitos location on Amelia Island in Fernandina Beach, Florida.

They decided to open a Barberitos in Yulee after having such success with his Amelia Island store, which is just down the road.

“I jumped at the opportunity to open up another Barberitos location. I truly believe that the quality of our food will be a treat for the Yulee community,” Manus says. “We can’t wait to get our doors open.”

Barberitos is a quick-service restaurant offering fresh, Tex-Mex cuisine, including a variety of burritos, tacos, salads, quesadillas, and nachos made to order.

Committed to serving “farm-fresh” food, Barberitos serves all-natural vegetables delivered to stores and hand-cut daily.  

Whole breasts of chicken are grilled fresh, as are the high-quality cuts of steak and choice ground beef. Barberitos restaurants are not equipped with freezers or microwaves as all food is prepared fresh, with no fats or preservatives added at the time of preparation.  

Barberitos’ salsas, guacamole, hot sauces, meat marinades, and salad dressings are made from scratch each day.

Each menu offering is prepared at the time it is ordered right in front of the customer.  Barberitos “7 Under 7” menu features seven items each under 7 grams, of fat including a mini grilled chicken burrito, jerk fish taco, and a variety of salads.

Barberitos provides full-service catering ranging from burrito boxed lunches to taco, salad, nacho, or fajita bars that can be customized to serve a few to several hundred people.  

Barberitos has 30 restaurant franchise locations in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Florida.

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