A new A&W restaurant in Addison is expected to open subsequent month in Addison.
Lee Fry Providers, Inc., a Westmont-primarily based company focused on true estate and restaurant franchising, is setting up to open up the quick-meals cafe on July 16 in a former Burger King at 1012 N. Rohlwing Highway.
“Unfortunately, there have been delays in devices deliveries for all people,” mentioned Lee Fry, CEO of Lee Fry Businesses. “But we’re now rounding 3rd base on our way to opening.”
Lee Fry Companies formerly created destinations or transformed current sites for other restaurant models like Dunkin’ Donuts and Panda Convey. But Fry and associates included restaurant franchising to their portfolio in November 2020 with the acquisition of an current A&W at 113 S. Lincoln Way in North Aurora.
“We are quite nervous to get the Addison area open,” Fry stated.
A&W, a 102-12 months-previous heritage cafe brand famed for bacon cheeseburgers and its selfmade root beer, made use of to be section of the worldwide portfolio of cafe chains owned by Louisville-based mostly Yum Models. But in 2011, A&W was sold to a team of cafe franchise owners.
“It is a pleasure to do small business with individuals who are in fact your partners in the operation of A & W,” Fry explained. “They are persistently aiding all the franchisees with instruction and with advertising and marketing advertising and support.”
Fry is in negotiations to open a few more A&W places in the Chicago suburbs. But he could not disclose which villages he had designs on at this second. Fry’s focus is on acquiring the Addison location up and operating by obtaining new professionals and staff qualified at the North Aurora location.
“We are utilizing this to our gain to make certain we are quite ready and prepared to just take on Addison in a fantastic way,” Fry stated. “We’ll not only be offering employment for the area. We are going to be supplying an American style of foods that is pretty distinctive.”