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 – 100-Pound Clam
Multi-concept, serial entrepreneur Dan Bugge will open his first quick service style unit at 1001 Fairview Avenue North sometime in late May. This will be a walk-up, counter service concept serving the traditional area favorite fried lake whitefish, smelt and clams, Bugge may also consider adding trout and the unit will have a full liquor capacity as well.
Las Vegas, NV – Nacho Daddy
This popular local eatery will open its first location on the “strip” at 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. South in mid-to-late August. It will seat 230 guests, feature over 20 HD TV’s and include a private party room for events. Chefs will work in an open kitchen, a full liquor bar is available and menu highlights include Anaheim-chili grilled cheese sandwich and Texas toast.
Salt Lake City, UT – Trestle Tavern
Local operators Pago Restaurant Group will open their fifth unique concept at 1513 S. 1500 East sometime in mid-July. The beverage menu will offer beer, wine and cider while the food menu will feature hamburgers using locally raised beef and eastern European pub fare such as pierogis, chicken paprikash. Patio and indoor seating capacity will be about 90.
Dayton, OH – Old Scratch Pizza
Husband and wife culinary team Eric and Stephanie Soller hope to open their new operation by this summer at 800 S. Patterson Blvd. The pizza will be thin-crust Neapolitan-style cooked in about 90 seconds in one of the multiple wood-fired brick ovens. Local craft beers will be featured while guests dine at communal tables in a casual setting.
Richmond, VA – The Beach House Bar & Grill
Look for a late August, early September opening of the third unit of this casual beach-themed eatery at 2416 W. Cary St. The menu will carry over from the existing units featuring their popular Jerk-Chicken sandwich, fish tacos and a variety of crab cake options across menu categories. A full liquor bar is available with plenty of seating across three rooms.
Montauk, NY – Dave’s Gone Fishing
Local restaurant veterans Dave and Julie Marclay will re-open their original concept with a new name by Memorial Day at 467 E. Lake Dr. Celebrities and locals alike are aware they may wait for a table due to the menu favorites of this iconic operation featuring signature dishes such as Clams Casino and their famous 12-pound, butter-poached lobster roll.
For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit www.flhip.com.