Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Not Your Average Joe's to open in burbs

The first will open this spring in Glen Eagle Square in Glen Mills, where Outback was. The second - just signed - is to open this summer in Suburban Square in Ardmore, where it will fill the bilevel space that previously housed American Eagle.

Not Your Average Joe's to open in burbs

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The Not Your Average Joe´s location in Warwick, R.I.
The Not Your Average Joe's location in Warwick, R.I.

Not Your Average Joe's, a Massachusetts-rooted, casual bar-restaurant chain whose mantra is "fine dining for regular folks," is preparing to enter the Philly suburbs with two locations.

The first will open this spring in Glen Eagle Square in Glen Mills, where Outback was.

The second - just signed - is to open this summer in Suburban Square in Ardmore, where it will fill the bilevel space that previously housed American Eagle. (That'll mean two Joe's in the complex, what with Trader Joe's down the street.)

Both locations are hunting for sous chefs. Menu has sandwiches, entrees, entree salads, pizzas and decent gluten-free options.

NYAJoe's, founded in 1994, has been getting infusions from private equity firms and has been gradually expanding its footprint from New England. It has locations in Gaithersburg, Md., and Leesburg and Woodbridge, Va.

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