BURRITO JAX FEATURED ON EASTLINK MAGAZINE
Nova Scotia franchise Burrito Jax featured on Eastlink TV’s Eastlink Magazine. On Eastlink TV Channel 10 and HD610.
FOUR MORE LOCATIONS ON THE MENU FOR POPULAR BURRITO EATERY
BURRITO JAX IS A MINI-EMPIRE IN THE MAKING.
What started as a small takeout-only restaurant in downtown Halifax in 2009 has blossomed into a favourite among more than just the office workers and the late-night crowds it serves. Four more Burrito Jax locations are set to open this spring — in the Young Street-Kempt Road area of Halifax, Clayton Park and the Burnside Park and Portland Street areas of Dartmouth. “The brand is growing, and the awareness of our food is out there,” co-founder Gordon Delano said Monday. “Traffic is up almost 18 per cent this year over last at our downtown location, and we feel our concept
BURRITO JAX CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING
A LOCAL HALIFAX RESTAURANT FRANCHISE OPENED ITS DOORS OFFICIALLY ON JULY 24.
In a ribbon cutting ceremony with HRM Deputy Mayor Lorelei Nicoll and Dartmouth Councillor Darren Fisher, Burrito Jax on Ilsley Avenue welcomed diners to the franchise’s newest location.Burrito Jax President Gord Delano noted that that the new 1,100-square-foot storefront also houses a 800-square-foot training centre for new and potential store owners. Opening on Feb. 16, in the midst of an unpleasant winter, Delano noted things were tough at first.”It was slow at the beginning with all the inclement weather,” said Delano. “But we’re pleased with how things have turned out.” The store also serves as the corporate headquarters for the
BURRITO JAX HEADS INTO NEWFOUNDLAND
HALIFAX-BASED CHAIN BURRITO JAX IS CONTINUING ITS EAST COAST EXPANSION
Halifax-based chain Burrito Jax is continuing its East Coast expansion with the opening of a St. John’s, N.L., location and the construction of a new head office and storefront on Ilsley Avenue in Burnside. The new 1,100-square-foot storefront also includes an additional 800-square-foot training centre, said Gord Delano, co-owner and president of G4U Foods Inc., which owns the fast casual brand. The chain opened its flagship location on Blowers Street in Halifax in 2009. In October 2012, the first franchise opened in the suburban community of Lower Sackville. Two more N.S. locations followed and the brand opened its first P.E.I.