Food courts present an array of choices and flavors in quick-service and grab-and-go formats, and consumers have come to expect competitive variety in spaces like malls, airports, and transportation centers. But experts say brands positioned in food courts won’t attract attention simply by having the real estate. Just as with standalone units, brands must market what differentiates them, seek spaces that align with their offerings, and meet the expectations of diners seeking convenient service.
Charleys Philly Steaks
Charley’s Grilled Subs and Charleys Philly Steaks restaurant concepts are spicing up their menus with a Cajun Chicken limited-time offer sandwich.
The Cajun Chicken sandwich will be offered at the end of April through June at Charleys U.S. locations and Army and Air Force Exchange locations worldwide. It offers Charleys customers a more robust, spicier Philly flavor option.
Gosh Enterprises, known for its Charley’s Grilled Subs and Charleys Philly Steaks fast-casual restaurant concepts, signed a development agreement to open 25 locations in Russia with the partnership of Aurelian Brand Development (ABD) and Oriando Limited. ABD is a part of Aurelian Global Holdings.
The agreement will pioneer the launch of the Charleys Philly Steaks brand into the Russian market. ABD, which develops American retail and food and beverage brands in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and South America, owns several other fast casual restaurant concept franchises.
Gosh Enterprises, known for its Charley’s Grilled Subs and Charleys Philly Steaks restaurant concepts, has opened its first location in Maine.
The new Charleys Philly Steaks is located in the food court of the Maine Mall in the coastal city of South Portland.
Charleys Philly Steaks, a fast casual restaurant concept, announces the opening of its 500th location in Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
Charleys restaurants has introduced the Pepperoni Steak Bomb for a limited-time only, just in time for Valentine’s Day.