The concept of hospitality and shared meals are the main points of Hook And Reel, a fast-casual restaurant. The new Metro Detroit location opened on June 29 at 7838 Telegraph Road, Taylor. The restaurant is open for takeout and delivery and is expected to be open for dine-in next week. The chain has 34 locations across the U.S., offering seafood boils and signature sauces made from locally sourced ingredients.
The restaurant has opened three locations in the area, in St. Louis, Maryland and Lanham, Maryland. It seats 248 people and has a casual atmosphere. The new location follows the layout of the previous restaurant, with booth seating around the perimeter and a center bar. The decor features nautical themes and murals of the local sports teams. Although the company has not released an exact timeline for its opening, it is expected to open this year.
The new restaurant opened its doors in South City on Nov. 12. The original Applebee’s closed its doors in July after more than a decade. Since then, Hook And Reel has expanded to 23 locations. The restaurant is the first seafood restaurant in the Midwest and plans to open another 50 locations by 2020. The company has three more locations in the future. Until then, the new restaurants will stay in the same area.
The new location of Hook & Reel has not announced a date for its opening. While it is expected to open in March, the new restaurant has not yet announced a specific date. However, its opening has a good chance to boost the already strong dining options in the Twin City Shopping Center. Aside from Hook & Reel, there will also be a Snap Back location in Bloomfield. Its name suggests that the concept is inspired by a fisherman’s restaurant.
While the restaurant is not yet open at all, the restaurant’s owners hope it will open before the end of 2020. The new location will be located on Springfield Avenue in Newark and will seat two-hundred guests. It is also anticipated to open at least three locations in Bloomfield. The location will be a popular spot for sports fans. A large portion of its patrons are from the region and will likely be familiar with the new menu.
While it is unclear how long it will take for Hook And Reel to open, the restaurant is opening in a location that is close to the area’s downtown business district. The new restaurant is a great addition to the city’s dining scene, and is likely to remain one of the more popular spots in the neighborhood. Its fast pace is one of its strengths. Currently, the brand has 23 locations, and promises to have 40 to 50 locations by the end of 2020.