SPB Hospitality, a leading operator of popular steakhouses, pizza, and craft beer restaurants, announced that it has moved its U.S. headquarters from Nashville to Houston. As part of the relocation, plans for expansion include hiring many additional employees.
The move is part of SPB Restaurant Group’s aggressive growth plans and will be the home base for all of its brands including Logan’s Roadhouse, Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, Gordon Biersch, Big River Grille & Brewing Works, ChopHouse & Brewery, A1A Ale Works Restaurant & Taproom, Ragtime Tavern Seafood & Grill and Seven Bridges Grille & Brewery. The new restaurant support center officially opened on June 23 and is located at 19219 Katy Freeway.
“The Lone Star State is home to several successful restaurant brands, and we believe Houston is the right city to continue driving our expansion efforts,” says SPB Restaurant Group CEO Jim Mazany. “Houston has one of the fastest-growing and most diverse populations anywhere in the world, making it the prime location for our iconic restaurants brands and continued culinary innovation. We’re looking forward to making Houston our new home.”
Supporting the local job market, the company will tap into the talent pool and has plans to hire several more full-time employees for a wide array of positions in accounting and finance, IT, HR, marketing and operations. SPB Restaurant Group offers a variety of benefits that set it apart from competitors, such as competitive pay, bonus opportunities, flexible hours and comprehensive health coverage. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply at spbhospitality.jobs.
“We’re honored to join the Houston community and look forward to contributing to the city’s rich history of thriving development,” Mazany says. “SPB Restaurant Group is experiencing incredible growth, making it the perfect time to establish our new headquarters. We can’t wait to begin this exciting new journey.”
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