Industry News | August 27, 2014

Muscle Maker Grill Readies to Open 22 Units

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Muscle Maker Grill, a fast-casual restaurant franchise that serves freshly prepared meals with its guests’ health in mind, announces it will open 22 new locations throughout the country, which will raise the number to over 75 units.

“This is a significant achievement for Muscle Maker Grill, and we are thrilled to report our steady growth and continued expansion into the Midwest and Western markets,” says Rod Silva, founder of Muscle Maker Grill. “Our truly unique concept of great food with your health in mind is gaining popularity throughout the U.S., and we look forward to helping each of our new franchisees grow their local presence with unparalleled corporate support.”

Recent store openings include Las Vegas, Dallas, a third location in Connecticut located in Hamden, and a second location in Staten Island, New York. An additional 22 new franchises will result in the development of restaurants in Omaha, Nebraska; Peoria, Arizona; Selden, Midtown East, Washington Heights, Queens, and Park Slope Brooklyn, New York; Glen Ellyn, Illinois; Tampa and Boynton Beach, Florida; Northfield, Rowan University, Williamstown, Deptford, Somerdale, Audubon, Montvale, and Princeton, New Jersey; Huston; Orange County, California; Lawrence, Massachusetts; and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

“Over the past 18 years we have created a menu that satisfies everyone from vegetarians to the carb-free consumer to people following a gluten-free diet,” Silva says. “We have created a friendly, relaxed, social environment where people can enjoy great-tasting food, learn about healthy eating and engage with fellow health enthusiasts in their area. We’re excited to bring our nutritious, quick service options to more consumers and plan to expand our footprint nationwide in years to come.”

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