Yoshinoya Expands US Restaurant Chain with Dallas, Texas Opening


Yoshinoya Expands US Restaurant Chain with Dallas, Texas OpeningYoshinoya, a leading global quick-service restaurant chain, announced today it has opened its first Dallas, Texas restaurant on June 30, 2011. The newest Yoshinoya restaurant is the first of the chain to open in Texas. There are plans to open four more stores in Dallas County.

The public is invited to join Yoshinoya for an exciting Grand Opening event at the new Dallas store on Saturday, August 13, 2011. KISS 106.1 FM will be broadcasting live from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and bringing lots of prizes to giveaway. Customers can buy any Yoshinoya bowl and get the second bowl of equal or lesser value free. In addition, Yoshinoya will be raffling off 4 VIP tickets to Medieval Times, dinner and tournament. The grand prize includes preferred seating, a framed group entrance photo, behind the scenes DVD, a commemorative program, and a Knights cheering banner. The winner will be drawn from the raffle at 1:45 pm. Come celebrate and discover how Yoshinoya Tastes Better Because it’s Cooked Fresh.

“Yoshinoya is thrilled to venture into new territory. Our continued growth, even in this tough economy, can be attributed to our ability to combine two cultures; traditional Japanese cuisine served in an American fast food environment,” said Vice President of Franchise Development and Sales, Scot Hobert. “Yoshinoya’s wholesome menu is a healthy alternative to other fast food restaurants. As a result, Yoshinoya is poised for growth and on track with its plans for on-going expansion.”

The new restaurant, located at 14902 Preston Road, Suite 1000 A, Dallas, TX 75254, offers a meal-in-a-bowl menu including Yoshinoya’s signature Beef Bowl, first created over 100 years ago, as well as the Chicken Bowl, BBQ Style Plates, Soups, Salads, Kids Meals and Desserts.

Fresh, wholesome Japanese style cuisine is the essence of the Yoshinoya menu. Dating back to 1899 with the opening of its first restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, Yoshinoya is among the oldest quick-service restaurant chains in operation. Throughout its century of experience, Yoshinoya continues to grow aggressively while operating or franchising more than 1,600 restaurants in Japan, Mainland China, Shanghai, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines and the United States. With this opening, Yoshinoya has 100 restaurants in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas and New York with plans for expansion through additional company restaurants in California and franchising opportunities in the West, New York, Virginia, Washington, DC, New Jersey and internationally in Canada. United States operations are headquartered in Torrance, California.