New York City — Greek Xpress, New York’s favorite Greek quick-service restaurant, is partnering with franchise development group Fransmart to bring its authentic, delicious and healthy Greek cuisine to customers nationwide through franchising.
The brand has continued to build momentum despite challenges surrounding COVID-19, opening its seventh location in Manhattan last year and continuing construction on its eighth location in Staten Island.
“Customers vote with their wallets, and Greek Xpress restaurants are busy,” says Fransmart CEO Dan Rowe. “We have full confidence that this concept could grow to become a Greek Five Guys or a Greek Chipotle. With its low-cost buildout costs, high sales, great ROI and lightning-fast service times, they are ready for rapid growth.”
Greek Xpress has a small and flexible footprint that keeps overhead costs low and allows for easy conversions. The concept has utilized conversion opportunities for multiple corporate units, paving a path for quick restaurant openings and a rapid ROI.
Jimmy Soursos, a Greek American, founded Greek Xpress in 2014 to bring his favorite Greek dishes to the U.S. at a budget-friendly price-point. The concept is known for its Gyro, Pork and Chicken Souvlaki, Salads, Grilled Octopus, Smoothies and Bifteki Burgers, as well as traditional Greek desserts such as Baklava and Galaktoboureko. Greek Xpress sources many of its fresh ingredients directly from Greece. For more information, visit https://fransmart.com/greek-xpress
Fransmart is the global leader in franchise development, selling over 5,000 franchises worldwide and turning emerging restaurant concepts into national and global brands for 20 years. Brands include Five Guys Burgers & Fries, QDOBA Mexican Grill and The Halal Guys. For more information, visit www.fransmart.com.
Greek Xpress is a fresh to order fast-casual restaurant chain that offers takeout, delivery, dine-in and catering services. For more information, visit www.greekxpress.com.
SOURCE: Greek Xpress