The David Burke Group Rebrands as Craveable Hospitality Group


The team behind successful hospitality concepts such as fabrick, Spyglass, David Burke Kitchen, and JIMMY in New York City, David Burke’s Primehouse in Chicago, Aspen Kitchen in Aspen, Colorado, and many more, announced a new brand direction and company name: Craveable Hospitality Group. The group, which originally formed 13 years ago in New York City, has successfully launched 21 properties across the country, and has no plans to slow down.

“The Craveable name reflects our new mission: to inspire awe, the feeling of surprise mingled with admiration caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar or inexplicable,” says Stephen Goglia, president and CEO. “Our brand’s evolution realizes the importance of celebrating all of our team’s exceptional, unique talent. We are committed to fearless, strategic growth, which is evident in our plans for the future.” 

Craveable Hospitality Group’s upcoming development and expansion includes new markets, business categories, and more, such as: 

Two new restaurants within the next year: an Italian concept in early 2017 and a new steakhouse concept in Brooklyn in 2017.

Plans to grow the group’s gourmet quick-service and retail market concepts into a high-end food hall brand called Craveable Markets nationwide.

The launch of nationwide shipping of the Piecaken, a Thanksgiving dessert phenomenon created by partner/Executive Pastry Chef Zac Young.

Expanded food offerings in addition to current venues Bacon Bar, Angry Taco, and Handwich Shop at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

The debut of the second Unvarnished, the group’s private wine label by partner/Corporate Wine Director Natalie Dulaney.

“We view this as the most exciting chapter yet for our group, and look forward to our journey ahead,” says Goglia. 

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