Moe's Southwest Grill
“Welcome to Moe’s!” will soon be heard on the streets of Las Vegas when Moe’s Southwest Grill opens in the Summerlin Mall on Thursday, October 9 at 10965 Lavender Hills Drive Suite 120. To celebrate opening day, Moe’s will treat guests to a free side of queso with any purchase on Friday, October 10.
“Welcome to Moe’s!” can now be heard on the streets of Guatemala City for the first time. Moe’s Southwest Grill, the Mexican restaurant franchise opened its first location in Guatemala this summer.
Moe’s in Guatemala City is the first of 10 new restaurants to open in Guatemala, El Salvador, and neighboring Central American countries over the next eight years. The demand for southwestern cuisine has been growing in the Central American region since the first Moe’s location opened in Costa Rica in 2012.
Moe’s Southwest Grill, the fast-casual restaurant best known for its southwest fare, is building on its Famous Queso with the new Chili Con Queso at more than 550 participating locations for a limited time only. By pairing the queso with ground beef and jalapenos, Moe’s offers a new experience for queso fans. The new twist on the cheese dip will be featured in the Chili Con Queso Burrito, but Moe’s also invites guests to add it to any entrée or order it as a side.
Free Queso Day is back for the fifth year in a row at participating Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurants on Thursday, September 18. The fun, engaging fast-casual restaurant best known for its made-to-order southwest fare is offering a free six-ounce cup of Moe’s Famous Queso and complementary tortilla chips all day long at more than 550 participating locations, no purchase necessary.
Moe’s Southwest Grill signed 120 new franchise deals in the first six months of 2014, a record-breaking high for the brand. Moe’s continues its aggressive expansion this year with new restaurants being developed in significant markets, such as Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, Pittsburgh, and Salt Lake City.
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