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Curry Up Now, the award-winning Indian fast casual and transplant from the San Francisco Bay Area, will celebrate the grand opening of its first Atlanta area outpost at 1575 Church Street in Decatu
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Curry Up Now has announced a second Salt Lake City location at 152 East 200 South in the center of the city’s downtown.
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Curry Up Now, an Indian fast casual restaurant in the country, has made its expansion into Southern California official with the solidification of its first site in Orange County.
On the heels of East Coast expansion news announced earlier this month, Curry Up Now, the largest and fastest growing Indian fast casual concept in the United States, has signed a 20-unit franchise
Curry Up Now, the largest and fastest growing Indian fast casual concept in the United States, has finalized a multi-unit franchise deal to bring its innovative, approachable Indian eats to markets
On the heels of finalizing coast-to-coast franchise deals earlier this month, Curry Up Now, the largest and fastest growing Indian fast casual concept in the nation, announced an additional multi-u
Curry Up Now, the Bay Area-based fast casual known for its innovative approach to traditional Indian cuisine, has just finalized franchise deals to bring the budding concept to Atlanta, Georgia, an
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