DALLAS, June 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Gas Monkey Garage owner and star of "Fast N' Loud," Richard Rawlings, has started a new restaurant venture, Richard Rawlings' Garage. The first restaurant is set to open in Harker Heights, TX this summer.
Richard Rawlings' Garage will offer guests a look under the hood at his love for gears and grub. It will specialize in revved up twists on American Comfort Classics, including burgers, sandwiches, braised brisket, and beer. It will also feature specialty merchandise for sale.
Rawlings is looking forward to sharing his new restaurant with the residents of Harker Heights. "Harker Heights is in the heart of Texas, right next to Fort Hood, which is the largest active duty armored post in the United States Armed Services. I am excited and looking forward to serving good food to good people, and I can't think of anywhere else I would rather have the first location of Richard Rawlings' Garage be," said Rawlings.
A second Richard Rawlings' Garage location will be opening at Foxwoods Resort Casino in fall 2016, with the plan to add additional restaurants in the future. To find out more about the restaurants please visit the website: http://www.richardrawlingsgarage.com/
Harker Heights Location:
401 W Central Texas Expy
Harker Heights, TX 76548
About Richard Rawlings
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Richard Rawlings developed a passion for cars at an early age. To feed his habit, he founded Gas Monkey Garage, a world renowned hot rod shop that produces and ships cars worldwide. Gas Monkey Garage is also featured on Discovery Channel's hit series, "Fast N' Loud." For more on Rawlings' projects, visit http://gasmonkeygarage.com. For More on Richard Rawlings' Garage, visit http://www.richardrawlingsgarage.com/ and follow @rawlingsgarage on Twitter and @RichardRawlingsGarage on Instagram.
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