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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 18:40

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.

Seattle, WA – Mama’s Cantina
Multi-concept operator Marcus Charles will open his latest “one off” featuring traditional Mexican cuisine with modern influences offered by Chef Jenny Izaquirre.  Favorites such as tacos and burritos will be offered in a “non-fussy” fashion and complemented by a full bar.  Opening is slated for late May at 2234 2nd. Avenue.

San Diego, CA – Salvucci’s Ristorante
RMD Restaurant Group has picked Chef Michael Marino to head the kitchen at their latest creation located at 935 J Street with a late April to early May opening planned.  The menu will offer classics such as Osso Bucco, clams in white sauce and linguini, house-made gnocchi and modern spins on pizza along with California and Italian wines and full bar.

San Antonio, TX – Botika
Chef Geronimo Lopez will bring his unique take on a mash-up of Peruvian-Asian cuisine for a summer opening at 303 Pearl Parkway.  Dinner and late-night menu will be served to a capacity of 100 guests who may choose the dining area with open kitchen or the sushi-ceviche bar.  Patrons may also enjoy a wide variety of rums, piscos and cachaças.

Philadelphia, PA – Honeygrow
CEO and President Justin Rosenberg knew what he wanted to do as a student at Temple University where he wrote the business plan for his fast-casual stir-fry bowl, salad and smoothie concept.  This opening at his alma mater will be the third unit of a planned nine before years end and have a projected fall opening at 1601 N. Broad Street.

Charlotte, NC – Ink N Ivy
Charlotte-based Bottle Cap Group will open their latest concept by summer at 222 S. Church Street.  The sports-themed restaurant will encompass 7,000 sq. ft. with a patio and large glass-pane garage doors for an open setting and natural light.  The menu will feature a raw bar, steaks, seafood and food-driven traditional bar food items.

West Palm Beach, FL – Regional
This casual eatery will feature locally sourced foods with a Chef-driven menu that follows the seasons with an opening date yet to be determined.  Chef Lindsay Autry was a finalist on Bravo’s “Top Chef” and will helm an open kitchen design with a full bar and intimate dining areas and outdoor seating located at 651 Okeechobee Blvd.

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

Contact:
Ken Roberts
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New restaurants opening in your area! Print
Monday, 28 March 2016 21:11

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.

Seattle, WA – Scout / The Nest
Multi-unit, multi-concept operator Josh Henderson will open his latest incarnations at the Thompson Seattle Hotel at 110 Stewart Street sometime in May.  Scout will feature locally sourced foods with a twenty seat Chef’s table for intense tasting menus and The Nest rooftop bar will offer batched and barrel-aged cocktails.

Atlanta, GA – Gusto
Former NFL player Nate Hybl will open the second location of his fast-casual eatery at 782 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE with an anticipated May or early summer opening.  Hybl’s team is excited to offer an alternative to mainstream fast food with their build-your-own-bowls of freshly grilled meats, local vegetables and custom, house-crafted sauces.

Detroit, MI – Grey Ghost Restaurant
Returning home from Chicago, brothers John and David Vermiglio and friend Josef Giacomino will open this summer at 47 East Watson at Woodard Avenue.  The menu will be “meat centric” hosting 80 seats within a 2,500 sq. ft. space on the first floor of the Crystal Loft Building.  The team has been hosting “pop-up” dinners to prepare for their new concept.

Cambridge, MA – Bean Towne Coffee House & Cafe
Local coffee house operator will re-open their second unit (closed by a building fire) by mid-May at One Kendall Square.  The menu will continue to offer the same popular fare of breakfast muffins and wraps along with homemade soups and their diverse variety of lunch salads and sandwiches along with the “best latte” east of Seattle.

Phoenix, AZ – Stock & Stable
The local veteran restaurant partnership team of Jared Porter and Joe Absolor will open late April, early May at N. 7th. Avenue and W. Missouri Avenue for lunch, dinner, late-night and brunch.  A sampling of the menu includes a pork porterhouse and a house-cured beef tongue pastrami sandwich and pastries from local bakery Lux Central.

Las Vegas, NV – Squeeze In
Already open in Reno and Sparks this location will be the third in Nevada of a planned eight total by partners Chris Lowe and Dina Gonzalez of this popular breakfast concept to be located at 5615 S. Ft. Apache Road with a planned opening by springs’ end.  Touting their “best omelets” the menu also offers eggs benedict, salads, sandwiches and burgers.

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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Tuesday, 09 February 2016 20:29

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Vendors Beat your competition to the sale with new restaurant opening soon leads!

 

Flhip.com is dedicated to providing restaurant vendors with information on new restaurants that will be opening in the future. Allowing them to get in the door first and make the sale ahead of their competitors.

See a few samples of our fresh leads below.

To see leads in your sales areaCLICK HERE!

 

New York, NYAugustine

Legendary restaurateur Keith McNally will open his new restaurant late spring, 2016 inside the Beekman Hotel at 5 Beekman St. in the financial district.  The co-executive chefs will be Daniel Parilla and Shane McBride formerly of Cherche Midi.  The menu will include French classics such as escargot, mushroom tart and crudité with aioli.

Portland, ORAte-Oh-Ate

Multi-concept operating partners Ben Dyer, Jason Owens and David Keifels will open the second unit of their popular Hawaiian cuisine casual concept in early spring at SE 52nd. Ave. and SE Woodstock Blvd. Guests will find a full bar and menu favorites such as Kalua Pig Plate Sandwich the hamburger, fried egg over fried rice combo “Loco Moco”.

Montgomery, ALMilo’s Hamburgers

The Birmingham, AL-based emerging QSR chain will open their 16th. company-owned unit in April to be located on Cobb’s Ford Road.  The menu will continue offering their cult-like favorite burgers, chicken sandwiches, sweet tea and selection of Milo’s Famous Sauces for fries and sandwiches alike.

Greenville, SCTucanos Brazilian Grill

 

The Denver, CO-based casual Latin steakhouse will open their first south-eastern unit at 1025 Woodruff Road in March.  Selections of beef, pork and poultry will be hand-carved tableside for guests from skewers that are roasted spit-style on open wood-fired grills.  The new unit will feature a full bar and endless salad bar.

San Diego, CATribute Pizza

The former “pop-up” casual concept will take brick and mortar form at 3077 N. Park Way with plans to open by mid-June.  The 3,200 sq. ft. restaurant will feature a 91 sq. ft. wood-fired brick oven to prepare their guests favorite pie combinations.  Owner Matthew Lyons states all pies will feature house-made sausage and locally sourced produce.

Chicago, ILThe Dearborn Tavern

The Lawless family is adding to their cadre of multi-concept restaurants with a casual dining unit to open sometime this summer at 145 N. Dearborn.  While the property is renovated the search is on for an executive chef to helm the 200+ seat operation that will offer Lawless’ version of traditional mid-west tavern fare.

To see leads in your sales areaCLICK HERE!

 

Flhip.com is designed to get you, the restaurant vendor, in the door first ahead of your competitors, present your offerings and make the sale. Each week Flhip staffers research hundreds of new restaurants opening in the future. We try to find as many independent openings as possible so you can go in and talk to the decision makers on site. If you are wanting a competitive edge give us a call and we will let you view

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For more information or to view the leads in your area drop us a note or give us a call!

 

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New restaurant opening leads just released by Flhip.com! Print
Thursday, 22 October 2015 10:26

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.

Berlin, MA – 110 Grill
The 110 Grills are contemporary dining restaurants. This new location will be the third for this chain. It will be located in the Highland Commons shopping center off Interstate 495 and will be opening in early 2016.

Austin, TX – Backbeat
Owners Michael and Jessica Sanders will be opening the second bar called Backbeat on South Lamar next to Ramen Tatsu-Ya. This two-story building will have different drink options available throughout the space including cocktails beer and more wine. No opening date has been announced as it is currently under construction.

Phoenix, AZ – Barrio Café
The second Barrio Café will be located at the historic Bragg’s Pie Factory building in the former Bragg’s Factory Diner which the owner said was hard to attract customers to. This new location is expected to open sometime in early 2016.

Ft Myers, FL – Beefstro’s
Construction is under way at Gulf Coast Town Center on a new location for this Naples-based chain. Beefstro’s specializes in hot and cold sandwiches including the Chicago-style Italian beef sandwich. No date for an opening could be found but it should be a while due to construction.

San Francisco, CA – Bellota
This will be a Spanish project featuring an 8 ft. wood-burning oven and hearth from the Absinthe Group. The food will be traditional Spanish. At upcoming Feastly pop-ups to preview the food, dishes include mussel escabeche, bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with chorizo and fabada bean stew. Opening is anticipated for the end of 2015 or early 2016.

Atlanta, GA – Beetlecat
Ford Fry opens his newest restaurant, Beetlecat in November in the Inman Quarter development and is named after the small wooden sailboats popular in New England. Beetlecat will be more casual than the Optimist, with a focus on small, sharable plates that will highlight “big, bright flavors.” Fry says to expect a long menu that departs from the traditional appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert sections.

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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Another Florida Iconic restaurant bites the dust! Print
Wednesday, 21 October 2015 12:30

Florida Today - COCOA BEACH — The Lobster Shanty, an iconic waterfront restaurant south of Cocoa Beach, is being sold and will become a Squid Lips opening early next year.

 Buzz Underill, owner of two Squid Lips — one in Melbourne and one in Sebastian — confirmed the restaurant purchase Monday. The deal is expected to close Tuesday. The Lobster Shanty served its last meals Sunday. Chefs International, the New Jersey company that operated the Lobster Shanty, confirmed its closing and sale Monday.

 "They approached us and we thought it would be a perfect opportunity, and so did they," Underill said, adding talks about selling the Lobster Shanty began in June. The restaurant should reopen as Squid Lips sometime in January and Underill said it will be very similar to the Melbourne operation, with an outside bar, a man-made beach area and places for boats to dock. The restaurant will employ between 75 to 100 people, he said, and several of those likely will be former Lobster Shanty staff. Continue

 

 

 
Hogan's Beach to lose Hulk Hogan theme! Print
Wednesday, 21 October 2015 12:23

Thedailymeal.com - The Hulk Hogan-themed restaurant Hogan’s Beach in Tampa, Florida, is expected to close and will be rebranded to cut any themes of the wrestler.

Restaurant owner Ben Mallah said Hogan’s Beach and the neighboring Best Western Bay Harbor-Tampa Hotel are being sold to new owners.

The restaurant’s rebranding is related to a video that surfaced of Hogan going on a racist rant earlier this year. Hogan’s Beach has been open since December 31, 2012.It is unclear exactly when the new owners will take over, but as of now, the restaurant is still open. Continue!

 
Subway Footlongs coming up short, lawsuit says! Print
Wednesday, 21 October 2015 12:19

NRN.com - Subway will work more diligently to make sure its Footlong subs are actually a foot long, according to a settlement proposal announced Monday between the Milford, Conn.-based sandwich giant and customers who felt cheated out of an inch of bun.

The company, which has been working on a settlement over the lawsuits for two years, said in a release Monday that it has agreed to certain practice changes and to pay attorneys' fees and awards to plaintiffs.

According to court documents filed late last month, the settlement deal includes requirements that franchisees measure bread to ensure that Footlong and 6-inch subs are the correct length. Continue

 
Register for Free Admission to the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Show! Print
Monday, 21 September 2015 17:38

FLHIP cordially invites you to attend  the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show, October 6-8 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando as our guest! 

Register here at no charge:   http://floridarestaurantinvitations.com/ereg.php?DiscountCode=DGP30

This is THE Florida Restaurant Show, offering you access to hundreds of leading vendors; over 10,000 products and special events including the Food Trends Tasting Experience, Norman Van Aken Culinary Demonstration and Torch Award Presentation, new Beer Wine & Spirits Pavilion, Culinary Trends Theater, ACF Culinary Competitions, New Product Gallery, Education Station and more!

The Show hours are:  Tuesday and Wednesday, October 6 and 7, from 11am to 5pm; and Thursday, October 8 from 11am to 4pm.  Be sure to stop by and see us in Booth #1014. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Show!

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New restaurant opening leads just released by Flhip.com! Print
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:39

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.

Baltimore, MD – 8Trium Bar & Grill
This restaurant will feature locally sourced Louisiana Cajun-Creole cuisine with a Baltimore flair in the Washington Hill neighborhood. A class B Beer, wine and Liquor license has been approved pending the written consent of a church within 300 feet of this space. They are anticipating a year end opening with seating for 75 guests.

Westfield, MA – 99 Restaurant and Pub
The Woburn-based chain has acquired a liquor license for this location which is the former home of the Regency Pontiac Oldsmobile dealership. This will be one of more than 100 restaurants located in Northeast for this group. They are planning on opening around October 13 according to local articles.

Orlando, FL – Ace Café Orlando
The Ace Café will be located on a historic site based in England. It consisted of a café service station with 10 pumps, large washing bay showroom and repair shop. The new Orlando Ace will become a venue for wheeled cyclists and music lovers around the area.  Extensive renovations are being done to the existing building.  An opening date has yet to be announced.

San Francisco, CA – Barcha
This new casual Mediterranean concept from the team behind Sens is headed to Market Street. Barcha will be a mix of Turkish, Moroccan and Spanish dishes similar to Sens. Lunches and dinners will be served with happy hour Pappas in between both. An October 1st opening is anticipated.

Nashville, TN – Milk & Honey
Chattanooga restaurateurs Mike and Taylor Monaghan inked a deal to bring their Milk & Honey concept to the new Gulch Crossing building. The 5000 square foot space will join another first-floor tenant, Potbelly Sandwich Shop at the development. The new restaurant is expected to open January 2016.

Dallas, TX – lazy dog restaurant
This will be the 17th location for the lazy dog group. Other locations are found in Nevada and California. The 8400+ square foot interior will be more like a ski lodge than a restaurant. It will also include a dog friendly patio and menu. A large selection of craft beers from local breweries will be available.  They are anticipating a September 23 opening.

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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The Restaurant with no (visible) workers! Print
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:10
Eatsa's first location is in San Francisco's financial district. Its quinoa-based dishes sell for about $7 a bowl.

Sometimes fast food just isn't fast enough. A new highly automated restaurant that opened in San Francisco on Monday looks to speed service through efficiency you won't see any people taking your order or serving you at the Eatsa quinoa eatery.

It could be the latest sign that the industry is heading toward a more robotic future, a move some analysts say will be accelerated by the push to boost the minimum wage that so many fast-food workers rely on.

"With a virtual cashier and no wait staff, eatsa is a seamless, personalized experience utilizing kiosk stations and a cubby pick-up concept which provides food when customers want it," the company says in a press invite.

  1. San Francisco Chronicle got a preview of the restaurant and described the setup this way
 
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