Family Plans to Open Five Pubs in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Cary Areas
January 14, 2008 // Franchising.com // Ontario,—Harshrd and Parag Patel have inked a multi-unit franchise agreement with the Firkin Group of Pubs, one of the largest and fastest growing English pub chains in North America. The father, son team will bring five pubs to North Carolina—the first is scheduled to open in Raleigh in winter 2008.
"When I was researching pub franchises, I was looking for a concept that had a solid business format and would be unique to Central North Carolina," says Parag Patel. "As soon as I came across the Firkin Group of Pubs I knew that they were a perfect fit."
The company currently has 11 open locations in seven states across the country and expects to have 1,000 pubs in development by 2010. Firkin sold multi-unit franchising deals in 10 states in 2007. Several new areas in development include Washington, Nevada, Iowa and Georgia.
The Firkin Group of Pubs is one of the most popular neighborhood pub chains in Canada and recently captured the title of the largest and fastest growing pub chain in the United States. Serving spectacular food in a friendly, pub-like atmosphere it draws families, students and professionals alike. Firkin currently has 41 units open in North America, 31 in Canada.
Prime franchise territory is still available across the nation. If you are interested in franchising with The Firkin Group of Pubs please visit www.firkinpubs.com or contact Katie Magers at 214-520-7152 or email@example.com
Stanley Adelson and Ian Fisher opened their first pub, Fox and Firkin, in Toronto in May 1987. It was the idea of a traditional English neighborhood pub – where people could enjoy good drink and food in good company – that quickly built a stable of regulars. Selections range from a variety of beverages and delicious meals including: traditional English pub fare like fish and chips, burgers, sandwiches, as well as a selection of entrée dishes such as Bangers and Mash, Shepherd's pie, salads and—of course—a wide assortment of draft beers on tap and in the bottle.