The cofounder of Washington, D.C.'s Taylor Gourmet just wanted an authentic hoagie like they served in his hometown of Philadelphia. When he took matters into his own hands, he struck fast-casual gold.
Bitter, sour flavors help bring harmony to menu items.
Washington, D.C., has become a hotbed for Fast Casual 2.0 innovation. Take a tour of the city’s top concepts to find out what makes them tick.
As Washington, D.C.–based Taylor Gourmet approached its seventh anniversary, founder and co-owner Casey Patten knew he wanted to do something special for the customers, but he also
Concessions International (CI), one of the leading concessionaires in the U.S., announced the opening of Taylor Gourmet Handcrafted Hoagies restaurant in Washington, D.C.’s Reagan National Ai
Travelers going through Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., now have a new dining option available to them.
Millennial consumers may be
affecting foodservice trends
with their purchasing behavior, but these Millennial business
leaders, all under 35, are really
going to shake things up.
Presidential visit boosts concept’s sales, exposure.
Taylor Gourmet is set to open at 1908 14th St. NW D.C. on Jan. 3, 2012. This will mark the fourth location from Philadelphia natives and longtime friends Casey Patten and David Mazza.
Starting September 1 for the first time, all Taylor Gourmet locations will provide a whole-wheat bread option, mayonnaise, and spicy brown mustard upon request.