STATEN ISLAND, N.Y., Sept. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Less than six months after a bankruptcy filing and the closing of many locations in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Charlie Brown's Steakhouse is excited to announce its grand re-opening on Goethals Rd. North in Staten Island in late October.
"Charlie Brown's was a part of the Staten Island community for more than seven years before its unfortunate closure last November," commented Craig Godfrey, VP of operations. "Since then we have heard loud and clear from our customers that they wanted us back. We are taking this opportunity to remodel the restaurant so our guests will be greeted with a new environment paired with the Charlie Brown's promise to quality, value and customer service."
"We are particularly excited to provide more employment opportunities for the residents of Staten Island. This restaurant will require more than 100 staff members, which we are currently looking to fill. Anyone interested should come by the restaurant to apply."
Over the past two years, the presence of Charlie Brown's Steakhouse diminished in New York and New Jersey as locations were closed. Today the company announced its plan to reopen some of its previously closed locations, and its plan to expand to new cities.
About Charlie Brown's Steakhouse
Charlie Brown's Steakhouse has built a 40 year reputation for its signature prime rib, quality steaks and its farm fresh Farmer's Market Salad Bar all offered at an exceptional value. The restaurant chain currently operates 20 restaurants in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and employees more than 1,100 people. Locations can be found at www.charliebrowns.com.
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