BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. announced the opening of its restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky. The new BJ’s Restaurant opened on June 27 on Nicholasville Road and West Reynolds Road at the Fayette Mall. The restaurant is approximately 7,300 square feet, seats around 225 guests, and features BJ’s extensive menu, including BJ’s signature deep-dish pizza, award-winning handcrafted beer and famous Pizookie dessert. BJ’s unique, contemporary décor provides the perfect environment for all dining occasions.
“We are excited to open our third restaurant in the state of Kentucky,” comments Greg Trojan, president and CEO. “The new Lexington restaurant joins our two other successful Kentucky restaurants in Louisville at the Oxmoor Center and in Florence at the Florence Mall. With seven restaurants opened year to date, we continue to remain on track to open a total of 18 to 19 new locations this year. We look forward to opening our next four restaurants in the month of August in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Allentown, Pennsylvania; Teterboro, New Jersey, and Cleveland, Ohio.”
BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. currently owns and operates 177 casual dining restaurants under the BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewery, BJ’s Pizza & Grill, and BJ’s Grill brand names. BJ’s Restaurants offer an innovative and broad menu featuring award-winning, signature deep-dish pizza complemented with generously portioned salads, appetizers, sandwiches, soups, pastas, entrees and desserts, including the Pizookie dessert. Quality, flavor, value, moderate prices and sincere service remain distinct attributes of the BJ’s experience. All restaurants feature BJ’s critically acclaimed proprietary craft beers, which are produced at several of the Company’s Restaurant & Brewery locations, brewpub locations in Texas and qualified independent third party craft brewers. The Company’s restaurants are located in the 23 states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.