Good Times Restaurants Inc. announced it has opened a new Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard restaurant in Greeley, Colorado, and that in addition to the Broomfield, Colorado, and Fayetteville, North Carolina openings this year, it has three new Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar restaurants under construction and expects to start construction on three more by early June.
The new Good Times restaurant in Greeley features a new prototype design incorporating the interior design features of recent remodels and a brand-new exterior look with a silo tower element, natural barn wood and industrial metal finishes and an expanded patio. It also features an expanded kids menu offering all-natural burgers and chicken tenders, mac & cheese and mini corn dogs.
One of the new Bad Daddy’s has a rooftop bar and patio and is under construction is in Raleigh, North Carolina and two are under construction in the Colorado front range, which will bring the total Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar restaurants in North Carolina to ten and the total in Colorado to twelve. The additional three that are expected to start construction in the coming months and open in fiscal 2017 are in Oklahoma and North Carolina with other new stores expected to follow soon thereafter in Charlotte, Atlanta, and Kansas City.
“We’re excited to bring Good Times to Greeley with our new design and expanded kids menu with the opening coinciding with the launch of our newly improved core burger initiatives and new products at the $3 and $5 price points,” says Boyd Hoback, president and CEO. “We are in the epicenter of Greeley’s retail and believe we’ll do very well there.” Commenting on Bad Daddy’s development he adds, “After six weeks of being open, the new Bad Daddy’s in Fayetteville continues to generate our highest average weekly sales, and we’re looking forward to getting the new North Carolina and Colorado stores and our first Oklahoma store open this spring and summer. We are targeting a total of eight new Bad Daddy’s this fiscal year with several more in the pipeline for early in our first quarter of fiscal 2018 as we expand into new markets that will become the focus of our development.”
News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by FSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.