Thursday, February 11, 2016

How about another Krispy Kreme and Gino's?

Doughnuts and burgers making their way to Bensalem.

How about another Krispy Kreme and Gino's?


Street Road in Bensalem is fast-food haven, and two more brands are setting up there.

Fresh off its opening Tuesday at Cuthbert Boulevard and Haddon Avenue in Collingswood, Krispy Kreme is gearing up for its next debut in November at 1729 Street Rd. That's "B" on the map below. Franchisee Brian Zaslow says the next outlets could be in Wilmington and/or Chester County.

And Gino's Burgers & Chicken, the revival of the classic mid-Atlantic chain, is looking for a September opening of a location at 1606 Street Rd., a block or so east of KK (see "A" on the map). Owner Tom Romano says the first store on Route 202 across from the King of Prussia mall, which opened last Thanksgiving, is exceeding projections. Other locations are on track for Coatesville, Dresher and Voorhees.

Map via Google

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