Charlotte, NC, October 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Charlotte, NC businessman Rick Siskey recently announced that two new American Roadside Burgers locations are planned to open in Charlotte, NC within the next year. Rick Siskey helped bring the resources together to make this expansion happen.
While plans are eventually to expand the restaurant chain beyond Charlotte, NC to the Southeast, Rick Siskey says that the Long Island-based restaurant chose Charlotte for its first location now open in the Ally Bank Building in uptown Charlotte.
The second Charlotte location is planned for later this year in the South Park area of Charlotte, NC, Rick Siskey reports. Owners recently signed a lease in the Park View building on Fairview Road.
Rick Siskey of Charlotte, NC explains that American Roadside Burgers is a tribute to the roadside burger stands of the 20th century, with nostalgic décor and burgers made from premium beef. According to Charlotte, NC’s Rick Siskey, American Roadside Burgers also allows customers to customize their burgers, with free condiments including mushrooms, roasted jalapeños, and grilled onions. In addition to burgers, fries, and shakes, American Roadside Burgers also features chicken, salads, wings, and sandwiches. Rick Siskey tells Charlotte, NC residents to expect American Roadside Burgers to offer beer and wine, which is unique for a fast casual burger restaurant.
“American Roadside Burgers, Inc. is backed by a strong group of investors who believe in this concept, and want to grow it quickly in order to bring ARB to the entire southeast and beyond,” Charlotte, NC’s Rick Siskey says. He emphasizes that American Roadside Burgers has no plans to franchise, merely to expand.
Rick Siskey of Charlotte, NC says the restaurant’s concept, according to chairman and CEO Rich LaVecchia, tributes roadside stands of the past because fries, burgers, and shakes are central to the dining history of this country. In addition to tables inside the restaurant, American Roadside Burgers will have a patio for outside dining, as well as a bar.
“A+ operators managing the right concept will be our recipe for success,” Rick Siskey of Charlotte, NC predicts. As a thirty-year veteran of the business world in greater Charlotte, NC, Rick Siskey is a respected lecturer and advisor on the subject of investing. Rick Siskey is chairman of Charlotte, NC-based Siskey Industries, a company that specializes in capital funding, and founder of Wall Street Capitol, a broad-based retail financial services company. Rick Siskey believes in not only lending capital to a business, but providing wisdom gained from three decades of experience to help the business succeed.
All that success has given Charlotte, NC’s Rick Siskey the experience to know when a concept is good. American Roadside Burgers has developed a solid following in Long Island and looks forward to repeating that success in Charlotte, NC. According to Rick Siskey, the Charlotte location will add an American theme to the restaurant’s original concept, and the New York location will be updated to match. The company wants “to be where [their] customers are, [to] offer them not only a superior ‘fast casual’ dining experience, but also convenience,” Rick Siskey of Charlotte, NC concludes.
For more information about Charlotte, NC-based Siskey Industries, contact Rick Siskey by going online to www.siskeyindustries.com.