March 19, 2015 // Franchising.com // WASHINGTON – Amsterdam Falafelshop on 14th Street will host a special in-store celebration on Sunday, March 22nd in honor of its one-year anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, guests will be offered discounted food and beverages, including $5 falafel, $2 beer and $1 fountain drinks.
Since its launch 12 months ago, the shop has become a staple in the community, offering Dutch-style fries or “frieten,” among other late-night delicacies. Situated at 1830 14th Street NW in Washington D.C., local entrepreneur Dane Cherry co-owns and operates the shop with a team of investors.
“There are no words to express our gratitude to the 14th Street community,” explains Cherry. “From the moment we opened our doors, we have been welcomed with a warm embrace. Now, it’s our turn to give back with a community-wide celebration. We can’t wait to have our friends, family and neighbors stop by for falafel, frieten, beer and a heck of a good time.”
A staple in the Washington D.C. area, there are two additional locations in Adams Morgan and L’Enfant Plaza. Amsterdam Falafelshop also has locations open and in development in Virginia, Maryland, Texas and Massachusetts. Looking ahead, Amsterdam Falafelshop is accepting applications from prospective franchisees looking to open additional locations in key U.S. markets throughout the Northeast, Eastern Seaboard, Midwest and Southeast.
“It’s clearly become an infectious brand,” added Cherry. “The constant flow of people that have come by to welcome us has been huge. We can’t wait to continue serving the mouth-watering falafel the community has come to know and love in the months and years to come.”
The renowned top-it-yourself falafel shop with a vibe, culture and flavor that commands a global fan base has become a Washington, D.C. sensation, consistently topping best-food lists, receiving widespread food-critic acclaim and winning over the hearts of discerning customers who have made it a top restaurant in D.C. In addition to serving fresh-made falafel sandwiches and Dutch-style fries [“frieten”], shops offer nearly two-dozen toppings for patrons to customize their falafel.
For more information about Amsterdam Falafelshop, please visit: http://www.falafelshop.com.
Since opening in 2004 in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Adams Morgan neighborhood, Amsterdam Falafelshop has become a magnetic destination. The top-it-yourself falafel sandwich and Dutch-style fries shop with a vibe and culture tailored to meeting the taste and atmospheric demands of urbanites nationwide creates an unforgettable, unique experience in every community it enters. Shops retain a feeling of neighborhood independence amid a period of crucial franchise growth. With three locations operating today and multiple units in development, plans call for an exponential increase in franchised sister-shops, adding dozens of Amsterdam Falafelshop franchise locations across urban centers nationwide. For more information about the restaurants, please visit www.Falafelshop.com. To learn about available franchise opportunities, click on the website’s “Franchise Opportunities” tab.
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