NEW YORK - March 16, 2016 // PRNewswire // - Dining Entertainment Group (DEG), the parent company of Brother Jimmy's, announced today that it will open two additional properties outside of New York City in mid-March. The two new restaurants will be located in Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City on Long Islandand in West Palm Beach, FL.
The Brother Jimmy's on Long Island will adopt a new fast casual concept within the Roosevelt Field Mall Dining District. This Brother Jimmy's location will be the company's first quick service venue, with a slightly different menu from their full scale restaurants. The new Carolina-inspired dishes are developed by Corporate Executive Chef Eva Pesantez and include the Pulled Pork and Pulled ChickenHoeCakes, Smoked Meatballs, and SpareRibs. Brother Jimmy's Roosevelt Field Mall will be the only location within the mall's Dining District with its own private dining section, as well as the only vendor to have a Wine & Beer license. Roosevelt Fieldis known nationally as New York's largest and best destination for sophisticated shopping and entertainment, and is one of the largest malls in the United States.
West Palm Beach in Florida will be home to Brother Jimmy's brand new 6,500 square-foot property. The restaurant will be located in upscale lifestyle center City Place, which is on South Rosemary Avenue. City Place marks the center ofDowntown West Palm Beach and offers a mix of more than 80 national stores, specialty shops, and restaurant and entertainment venues. The new venue will be open daily for lunch and dinner, and will have the capacity for 185 seats and two bars with 24 TVs. West Palm Beach Brother Jimmy's will offer the legendary North Carolina slow-smokin' barbeque that the restaurant brand is known for, with signature dishes such as the Carolina Pulled Pork Sandwich, Northern & Southern Style Ribs, Bucket O' Hot Wings & Brother Jimmy's BBQ Nachos. Popular sides include the Fried Okra, Macaroni & Cheese, & Collard Greens.
Brother Jimmy's® (www.brotherjimmys.com) – Brother Jimmy's first opened its doors in New York City back in 1989. Inspired by such legendary Carolina slow-smokin' BBQ joints as Melton's in Rocky Mount, NC and Maurice Bessemer'sPiggy Park in Columbia, SC, Brother Jimmy's mission was to bring down home cookin' and good times from the South to NYC! More than two decades later, Brother Jimmy's has established itself as a New York legend. Wherever people are hungry for good BBQ, wherever they suffer under the oppression of bad food and boredom, Brother Jimmy's will be there to - "Put Some South In Yo'Mouth!"
Locations in metro New York include: The Original (Second Avenue between 77th and 78th), Midtown (8th Avenue at 31st), Murray Hill (Lexington at 31st), Brother Jimmy's Live! At Union Square (16th Street between Park Ave South and Irving),White Plains (147 Mamaroneck Ave), New Brunswick, NJ (5 Easton Ave), Yankee Stadium and coming soon to the Dining District at Roosevelt Field Mall, Garden City, Long Island, NY.
Other locations include: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Stamford, CT (112 Bedford Street),Miami, FL (900 S. Miami Avenue), Sunset, South Miami, FL (5701 Sunset Drive), Dolphin Mall, Miami FL (11401 NW 12th St) and coming soon to West Palm Beach, FL (700 S Rosemary Ave).
Dining Entertainment Group: Established in 2000, Dining Entertainment Group is the parent company owned and operated by Brother Jimmy's CEO Jimmy Goldman and Co-Owner Josh Lebowitz, running four full service Brother Jimmy's restaurants in Manhattan, and multiple Brother Jimmy's concession outlets at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. The company's menus and kitchen operations are orchestrated by Corporate Executive Chef Eva Pesantez. Dining Entertainment Group operations outside of New York include the Brother Jimmy's BBQ corporate locations in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Franchise), New Brunswick, NJ, Miami, andWhite Plains and Stamford (Franchises).
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Brother Jimmy's first opened its doors in New York City back in 1989. Inspired by such legendary Carolina slow-smokin' BBQ joints as Melton's in Rocky Mount, NC and Maurice Bessemer's Piggy Park in Columbia, SC.