Fast food Chain Comes to Costa Rica
With an investment of $3 million the Carl's Jr. chain has opened its first three restaurants in San Jose.
Friday, November 25, 2011
The franchise management company, Gold Star Burgers SA, indicated on the occasion of the inauguration of its first location in the heart of the capital, that in the coming weeks they will open two new branches in malls, Mall San Pedro and Plaza Real Cariari.
The U.S. hamburger chain Carl's Junior plans to invest $4.5 million during 2013, with the opening of five new restaurants.
While Chili's and Buffalo Wild Wings open their first branches in Costa Rica, the established Applebee's, Subway, Quizno's, McDonald's, KFC and Teriyaki have increased their investments.
Those that are already here are expanding by opening more stores, while other franchises are coming to settle in a market with rapidly changing trends in consumer dining.
The Franchises Buffalo Wings and Moe's are to start operations in August in Plaza Tempo, located in Escazu.
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