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2016 Florida Restaurant show... FREE Registration from FLHIP.com! Print
Wednesday, 03 August 2016 12:14

 

FIND NEW IDEAS, NEW PRODUCTS, AND NEW SOLUTIONS AT THE 2016 FLORIDA RESTAURANT & LODGING SHOW

 

 

Attend the show for FREE courtesy of Flhip.com.

 

 CLICK HERE for your Free admission!

 

 

Over 8,000 restaurant and foodservice industry professionals will gather at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show being held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando September 27 – 29, 2016. During this three-day event, attendees will find new ideas, new products, and new solutions. The trade show and conference, produced by Urban Expositions and sponsored by the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association will offer educational programs, special events, new food products, and equipment and services from 400+ leading industry suppliers.

“We know a restaurant cannot survive on food alone which is why we have created an education program to provide practical and relevant information as well as feature areas on the show floor to find fresh and new ideas,” said Ron Mathews, Vice President, Restaurant and Foodservice Events Portfolio.  “We are thrilled to be offering several new and exciting special features as well as returning crowd favorites and welcome all Florida restaurant and foodservice professionals to make plans to join us.”

Returning events include the Ferdinand Metz Foodservice Forum, the Food Trends Experience, the prestigious ACF Culinary Competitions, the Beer, Wine & Spirits Pavilion, The Japan Pavilion, Key Buyer Alliance, Education Station, and the Foodservice Council for Women event.  Other exciting special events and networking opportunities being offered during the three-day event, include:  

FRLA Events include the FRLA/NRA Bob Leonard Golf Classic, Fall Board Meeting, and Installation Gala and After Party, being held on Tuesday, September 27 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando. During the celebration, FRLA will install the Chairman of the Board and Executive Committee and present the FRLA's Hall of Fame winners, and the prestigious Hotelier, Restaurateur and Supplier of the Year. The reception begins at 6:00pm, followed by the dinner and awards at 7:00pm and an After Party Celebration. To purchase tickets, click here.

Independent Operators Workshop is a half-day workshop on Tuesday, September 27 focusing on growth opportunities and best practices featuring speakers Kathleen Wood and Jim Knight followed by an Independent Operators Party at Lafayette’s.  This event is co-organized by the FRLA and is sponsored by Zenith, Heartland, Sysco and UnitedHealthcare, and is open at no charge to all independent operators.

The Torch Award will bepresented to Melissa Kelly for her outstanding achievements and contributions to the restaurant and foodservice community. Kelly’s restaurant, Primo, introduced many diners across the East Coast to the idea of farm-to-table, with up to 80% of ingredients coming from the restaurant’s own four-acre farm. When Melissa opened the satellite Primo location in Orlando she brought the farm-to-table concept to the Florida market. She will join Ferdinand Metz, Certified Master Chef, for a one-on-one discussion on the Culinary Demonstration Theater stage, on Tuesday, September 27 at 1:00pm

Sabor Latino Pavilion will focuson Hispanic and Latin American products for the restaurant, foodservice and retail markets -- specifically new and traditional, authentic ingredients, flavors, products, prepared foods and private label.

Rapid Fire Competition - Three chefs will take the stage to battle for the title Rapid Fire Challenge: Appetizer Edition Champion. The chefs will demonstrate their dish and provide samples for the judges and the audience. Each dish will feature a local ingredient – cheese, bread, protein, sauce. Attendees are invited to help the judges choose the winner on Wednesday, September 28at 2:00pm.

The all-new APPstore (for Appetizers of course) has been created to meet the needs of operators and foodservice professionals.  This new area will provide inspiration, ingredients and finished products to provide new tastes and flavor combinations for the hottest appetizers and small plates that will set the tone for visitor experiences. 

Beacon Award Presentation – In honor of the 5th anniversary of the Foodservice Council for Women, Kathleen Wood and Ferdinand Metz will present the Beacon Award to Edna Morris, Managing Director at Axum and Industry Expert for Axum’s Limited Service Restaurant investments (LSR). Ms. Morris brings over 30 years of experience in the restaurant industry, and served as President of several restaurant companies including Red Lobster and Blue Coral.

The 2016 Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show willbe held at The Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL from Tuesday, September 27 through Thursday, September 29 with the show floor opening at 11 am each day.  The Show is sponsored by the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association (www.frla.org). For more information on exhibiting or attending, visit the official Show website at www.flrestaurantandlodgingshow.comThe tradeshow and conference is managed and produced by Urban Expositions (www.urban-expo.com), a division of Clarion Events (www.clarionevents.com).

 
New restaurant Opening soon leads just listed on Flhip. Print
Tuesday, 12 July 2016 11:59

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time. 

To see how Flhip leads work check out our Video HERE!

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

San Francisco, CA – Jane
Fans of this coffee spot with in-house bakery will have one more option of where to dine when they open their third location at 2101 Lombard Street in mid-September.  Renovations are underway and with a larger footprint much of their production will happen here for their famous pastries and fresh baked goods.

Orlando, FL – Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen
Pegged as a “vibrant bar and lounge” with a visible kitchen this new concept will open in September at 6967 Lake Nona Blvd.  Guests will have their options from a full service bar featuring local craft beer, specialty cocktails and wine on tap.  Dinner will be served nightly with lunch available Monday – Friday.

Amarillo, TX – Jabeen Indian Kitchen
South Asian cuisine will be available to local diners in November when this popular eatery opens in new digs at 906 S. Jackson Street.  Chef Jagufta Jabeen, famous for their buttery chicken curry, will offer pre-ordering for guest to eliminate the wait times for service. They plan to cater for parties of fifteen or more.

Boston, MA – Mother Juice
Who doesn’t love their Mother and now devotees of this original food truck will have a brick and mortar location to frequent without all the travel when they open late July at 291 Newbury Street.  Featured on the menu will favorites such as Kombucha tea on tap, smoothies and chia seed pudding.

Minneapolis, MN – Bad Waitress
You would think it a good idea to avoid a concept with such a name; however, success has its rewards as this local “sustainability-focused” operation will open their second unit sometime in November at 700 Central Avenue NE. This coffee shop / diner is known for their local products many of which are organic.

Harrisburg, PA – Roots
Owners of the nearby Peachtree Restaurant & Lounge will open a “sister” location late summer at 251 N. Progress Avenue.  The menu will feature foods with a Mediterranean flavor with as many products locally sourced as possible.  Look for rotisserie chicken, flatbreads, fresh seafood and 15 craft beers on tap.

Below is a sample of this week’s leads. To see real-time leads in your area drop us a note,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
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New Video tour shows restaurant vendors how to get into restaurants before they open! Print
Friday, 01 July 2016 18:59

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A new video has just been prepared for Vendors to the Restaurant Industry. The video shows the process of acquiring information on new restaurants that will be opening in the future. Once a restaurant makes the initial purchase for their new opening they are usually set with that purchase for a long time. So getting into the door of these new restaurants is much more productive in the sales cycle.

The short demo video takes you from log-in , selecting, viewing and downloading the new restaurants to start the sales cycle. Flhip manages 56 zones through out the US so there are literally leads for everyone. If your business would like to get into new restaurants before they make their purchasing decisions perhaps you should check out the video and and www.Flhip.com. 

If you would like more information and/or to check out the live leads in your area drop them an email, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

To view the video CLICK HERE!

 

Last Updated on Friday, 01 July 2016 21:03
 
New Interactive Restaurant Opening soon leads just added to Flhip. Print
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 10:17

Good Morning all you Flhipers out there. 

New features have just made it possible for you to click on links to find up to the minute information on Flhip's New Restaurants opening soon leads. Just click away and you can find the restaurant in Google maps or find any recently added related articles through a google search.

Check out the sample leads below!

If you would like to see fresh leads in your area drop us a note with your availabilty and we will be happy to contact you and help you get in the door first of new restaurants opening soon in your area.

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230 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60601
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8150 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89123
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 Notes: No exact debut date has yet been revealed per attached article 
 Source:  http://vegas.eater.com/2016/6/9/11895048/aloha-kitchen-expands-to-five-locations-and-adds-a-gaming-bar  
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AMICI 30A ITALIAN KITCHEN
12805 US HIGHWAY 98 EAST STE R101
INLET BEACH, FL 32461
219-670-8080
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 Notes: No date mentioned for an opening on their Facebook page! 
 Links:  https://www.facebook.com/amici30A/  

Ken Roberts

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Over 200 New restaurant opening soon leads just added to our database. Print
Wednesday, 22 June 2016 14:48

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

 Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

West Hartford, CT – Noble & Co.
Michael Ladden, President and CEO of McLadden Restaurant Group announced plans for his second concept which will open later this year at 43 LaSalle Road.  The new unit will present a “Roaring Twenties Speakeasy” theme with over-sized cocktails and elegant atmosphere.  The group also operates McLadden’s in Northampton and West Hartford.

Seattle, WA – Go Poke
The increasingly popular Hawaiian Poke will come to 625 S. King Street opening mid-to-late summer.  The casual concept will feature Poke bowls with fresh Ahi Tuna and Salmon adorned with edamame, seaweed salad, avocado, pickled ginger and cucumber salad.  A twist on burritos offered will be the spicy salmon pokerrito.

Ferndale, MI – The Conserva
How do you overcome a prohibitively small kitchen, you produce your food in an off-site commercial kitchen.  Chef Matthew Baldridge will a menu of preserved foods such as pickled vegetables and fruits along with marinated meats cooked sous-vide for his casual concept planned for a late summer opening at 201 East Nine Mile Road.

Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Social Club
Multi-concept operator Steven Choi will bring “cool” to 2050 University Avenue with an August opening of his take on Korean-American casual fare.  Traditional American favorites will be served for breakfast and lunch while the dinner menu takes a “north-east Asian” turn that is more approachable than traditional ones, craft beer on tap will be a focus.

Washington, DC – Emissary
No stranger to differing styles of restaurants, owner Elias Hengst will open his latest casual concept at 2032 P Street NW sometime mid-summer.  He describes it as a place where European café meets west coast coffeehouse with a relaxed atmosphere where guests can enjoy a craft beer, glass of wine or barista-style coffee and espresso.

Madison, WI – Sconnie Bar
Celebrating everything “Wisconsin” will be the theme of this sports bar at 1421 Regent Street with a planned opening of early September.  The 4,000 sq. ft. space will offer 35 screens for sporting events and live entertainment several times each month.  The menu offers pub-style food such as burgers, wraps and fish fry along with Wisconsin craft beers.

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
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Your Restaurant and Obamacare! Print
Wednesday, 22 June 2016 14:45

Is Your Restaurant Stressing over Obamacare? Time Is Not on Your Side!

 Is Your Restaurant Stressing over Obamacare? Time Is Not on Your Side!

Is Your Restaurant Stressing over Obamacare? Time Is Not on Your Side!(RestaurantNews.com)  As if you do not have enough on your restaurant’s plate, now you have to deal with the fallout of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. Affordable for who?

We cannot deal with the hundreds of thousands of pages of documents and regulations. That info is available for your personal read over the next 20 years. Right now you need to get up to speed on what you need to do now. If you will reach 50 or more Full time or “Full Time Equivalent” employees by year’s end you need to do something or you could be fined $2,000 per employee.

As it stands, to be in compliance any business that has 50 employees that average 30 hours or more per week has to offer “affordable health care”. The answer to that seems simple. Hire more part time workers. But that doesn’t work because there are “Full-time Equivalent” employees. Basically you are only allowed so many part timers before they start equating to fulltime employees for ACA calculations. For many restaurants part-timers can make up over have of the staff and are the life blood of the business.

Next are the healthcare plans that have to be offered in order to be complaint. To meet compliance the plans need to cover certain items and be “affordable”. Just say the heck with it? Sure for a cost of $2,000 per employee should you be out of compliance according to the new IRS laws and they are the judge, jury and executioner for that process as well.

Solutions! The good news is that it can be figured out but usually not in-house. You have enough to do managing your restaurant and employees. At Flhip.com we have consulted with companies who have managed this process as it has been unfolding over the past few years and we can offer assistance. Give us a call and we can direct you to various solution providers near you. Our service is Free to you, the restaurant owner.

Drop us a note and ask us for help, Again our service is FREE!

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New restaurants opening in your area! Print
Tuesday, 14 June 2016 12:09

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

SEE SAMPLES BELOW!

Santa Rosa, CA – 2 Tread Brewing Company
Partners and biking buddies Bill Drury and Tracy Heydorn plan for a fall opening of the brewery/beer garden/restaurant mash up at 1018 Santa Rosa Plaza.  The menu will offer their “NorCal Pub Fare” and include grilled cheese sandwiches, hot sandwiches, hand-tossed pizza and salads.  Beer styles include cream ales, IPA’s and modern farmhouse ales.

Cambridge, MA – Urban Health
Chef Erin Miller will finally have a store-front for her custom dining and catering concept with a planned fall opening at 2263 Massachusetts Avenue.  She created the concept in 2003 and will offer a café and supper club at the new address.  Additional plans call for cooking classes for chefs, home cooks, a children’s program and team-building events.

Houston, TX – Brasserie du Parc
1400 McKinney Street will be the home of this casual, French cuisine unit that will feature a walk-up window for their in-house creperie for pedestrians, a fall opening is planned.  The space will be divided into three distinct areas, bar, lounge and formal dining room serving traditional brasserie fare such as charcuterie, steak frites and mussels.

Chapel Hill, NC – Chronic Tacos
Randall Wyner will bring his west-coast fresh-to-order taco operation to 504 Meadowmont Village Circle for a June-July opening.  The menu features SoCal Mexican-style fare with burritos, tacos, nachos, salads and their own take on a smothered fries item, fries topped with nacho ingredients with beer and wine available, service is fast-casual.

Lincoln, NE – Valentino’s
Husker fans will no longer need to travel for the “official pizza” of the Corn Huskers when this local favorite pizza operator opens their first on-campus location at 313 N. 13th. Street in time for the fall semester.  The operator became the official pizza of the Corn Huskers in 1994 and will continue to offer pizza, pizza slices, salads and pasta at this site.

Indianapolis, IN – Longbranch
Husband and wife entrepreneurs Craig and Kait Mariutto plan a late August opening for their western US-Asian fare concept at 2205 N. Delaware Street.  The idea was a combination of the foods Asian workers brought to the western US during the time of railway expansion.  Offered are a variety of Asian cuisines with a full liquor bar and casual service.

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Here's a few samples of recent Leads!

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5501 Wilmington Pike at Whipp Road 
Dayton, OH 45440

 

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Duncan, SC 29334
(864) 576-8329

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Louisville, KY 40245

 

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625 S King Street
Seattle, WA 98104

 

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 Source: http://seattle.eater.com/2016/6/1/11830036/gopoke-international-district-summer 
 Links: https://www.facebook.com/goPok%C3%A9-491241197706249/info/?tab=page_info 
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HABIT BURGER GRILL
304 SW 145TH AVENUE SUITE 111, BUILDING 
PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33027
941-286-0722

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 Notes: This restaurant recently had its site plan approved by the state. 

 

Contact: 

Ken Roberts        772-231-5826
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 12:56
 
New restaurant leads just listed Print
Tuesday, 07 June 2016 12:03

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

Cambridge, MA – Lamplighter Brewing Company
Opening later in June at 284 Broadway the brewery and tasting room with partner with local entrepreneur Alisha Fowler owner / operator of Longfellows a coffee and pastry concept.  Alisha will offer cold-brew coffee, pastries, Belgian waffles, espresso and homemade sodas.  The brewery will feature their specialty hot dogs from lunch to closing.

Tucson, AZ – Sauce Pizza and Wine
This fast-casual operation will be the fourth location by partners Scott Kilpatrick and Todd Belfer with plans to open sometime in June at 6450 E. Grant Road.  The partners desire to growth at a sustainable pace and not just grow for the sake of it.  The menu will continue to offer hand-tossed pizza, pasta, salads and Panini’s and an affordable wine list.

Chicago, IL – Aquanaut Brewing Company
Part-time partners Phil Tadros and Jared Leonard will open their combined concepts at 1221 W. Devon Avenue later this year.  They will combine Tadros’ brewery with Leonard’s Nashville-style hot chicken concept “The Budlong”.  The on again, off again partners believe their combination of concepts (each independently operated) complement one another.

Seattle, WA – Dot’s Butcher and Deli
Followers of Dot’s when it existed in Fremont may not recognize this new incarnation; however, owner Miles James promises old favorites will return to the menu.  Opening around July fourth at 85 Pike Street the format will be more of a butcher shop with only six counter seats with about six sandwiches and a house-cured corned beef as menu offerings.

Minneapolis, MN – Up Down Arcade
Fans of first-generation bar video games will reflect upon those times when this “adult” arcade opens at 3012 Lyndale Avenue South around the end of July.  The owners have purchased and restored vintage video games such as Tron and Street Fighter 2 for guests to play in-between helpings of their favorite pizza, salads and a vitamin booze drink menu.

Baton Rouge, LA – Louisiana Bistreaux Steak & Seafood
This casual eatery will feature a combination of Creole and Cajun menu favorites prepared under the watchful eye of a certified executive Chef with a mid-summer opening at 4564 Bennington Avenue.  Only fresh, seasonally available foods will be offered with seafood flown in daily.  Lunch, dinner and a late-night quick-service buffet offered for night owls.

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
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New restaurant leads from Flhip! Print
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 13:36

 

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

Phoenix, AZ – Grabbagreen
This local emerging chain fast-casual concept will open their first franchise unit mid-summer at 4727 East Bell Road with plans to open up to fifteen additional units over six states.  The menu will continue to offer their “healthy-for-you” items to include fresh-pressed juice, smoothies, acai bowls, breakfast, salad and wraps all made fresh to order.

Kennebunk, ME – Spat Oyster Cellar
First she popularized the Lobster Roll in Manhattan, now Rebecca Charles is bringing her elevated style of seafood to 27 Western Avenue for a fall, 2016 opening.  The downstairs will offer a limited menu raw bar with 25 seats with craft beer and wine.  The larger main floor 150 seat dining room will feature a menu of meat, poultry, pasta and full bar service.

Longview, TX – JTeez Cafe
Husband and wife team Joe and Teresa Kimble will open their casual eatery by mid-summer at 409 West Loop 281.  It will be the first in the area to offer multiple cuisines under one roof with food from the Caribbean to turkey legs, chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits.  Guests will find smoked meats, hamburgers, a full bar and a brunch menu available.

Norcross, GA – Ba Bellies
South Asian fusion will be the menu feature at this new casual concept created by the owners of Nam Phuong located at 6025 Peachtree Parkway and slated to open by the end of June.  Lunch, dinner and weekend brunch will be offered along with full bar service with craft beer and Asian-inspired cocktails. Asian protein and rice bowls will be a menu mainstay.

Sarasota, FL – Brick’s Barbecue
The farmer’s market favorite barbecue stall will need to “scale-up” as Mark Gabrick opens his brick and mortar version at S. Osprey Avenue and Hillview Street with a late October opening planned.  While the menu is a work in progress it will feature brisket, ribs and sausage with production handled by a 4,000 lb. smoker handling 1,800 pounds of meat.

Detroit, MI – Red Dunn Kitchen
Owners of the former Corktown Hotel plan a $9 million renovation for a Labor Day rebirth as the Trumbell & Porter Hotel to feature this new full service, upscale cuisine restaurant with a casual atmosphere.  The menu will offer “American Fare” with local craft beers, wine and spirits with public, private and courtyard dining available.

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 May 2016 13:57
 
New restaurants opening in your area! Print
Tuesday, 24 May 2016 12:44

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(RestaurantNews.com)  Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

Newburgh, NY – Liberty Street Bistro
Local boy made good as a Chef, Michael Kelly, will open his casual dining, French cuisine bistro later this month at 97 Liberty Street across from General Washington’s winter quarters.  The menu will be approachable with house-cured charcuterie and comfort food from the rotisserie.  They will be able to accommodate about 48 guests in an intimate space.

Santa Cruz, CA – Lillian’s Kitchen
Homestyle family Sicilian cooking will greet guests of Joe and Charlotte Moreno when they open late May at 1148 Soquel Avenue with seating up to 85.  Open for lunch and dinner six days the Moreno family offers an extension of their home kitchen with items such as braised short rib ragu and wild mushroom and baby kale ravioli.

Cincinnati, OH – Benson’s Tavern
Opening late May, early June this casual dining concept located in the Reading neighborhood at 419 W. Benson Street will welcome up to 100 guests in a comfortable atmosphere with a 40 seat bar.  Full liquor service with local craft beers will be featured to complement the menu of comfort food, premium burgers and hand-thrown pizza.

West Bend, WI – Sobelman’s Pub & Grill
Milwaukee entrepreneur team Dave and Melanie Sobelman discovered that three was the magic number of units before they began to franchise their locally-grown casual dining concept.  The first franchisee unit will open in July at 3747 Cedar Creek Road and will feature the restaurants famous Bloody Marys and their signature line of burgers.

Seattle, WA – Biscuit Bitch
Irreverent entrepreneur Kimmy Spice will bring her third location of her popular all-day fast-casual breakfast concept to 621 3rd. Avenue with a late May opening.  Known for their biscuits and gravy, garlic grits and Louisiana hot links they will continue to offer locally roasted coffee by Ballard’s and as a first will offer guest seating for their faithful patrons.

Austin, TX – Cane Rosso
Independent restaurateurs in expansion mode appears to be a recurring theme as this popular Dallas pizza operation will open at 4715 S. Lamar Blvd. around mid-summer.  The concept features brick pizza ovens so large they had to be built inside the building.  The owners will honor local barbecue by featuring locally-smoked meats on their barbecue pizza.

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
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