Mamoun's Falafel prepping Dallas debut
New York City's oldest falafel restaurant, Mamoun's Falafel, will open its first Texas location in Dallas come this fall.
The Middle-Eastern fast casual, which opened in New York City's Greenwich Village in 1971, is getting ready to open in West Village, at 3839 McKinney Avenue, according to a press release.
Mamoun's Falafel is featured in the book "1,000 Places to See Before You Die," awarded 'Best Falafel' by the New York Press, included in Eater NYC's list of "NYC's Most Iconic Sandwiches," and featured on the Food Network, in addition to being praised by various musicians, actors, comedians, and other celebrities throughout the years.
Mamoun's Falafel is partnering with Fransmart, a franchise development company, to grow the brand in every major U.S. market. Dallas will be the first of many franchised Mamoun's Falafel restaurants to open in the United States.
"We've made it easy for franchisees to replicate the rich history and delicious recipes of our concept in any major market. We can't wait to open our first franchise location in Dallas and we're very excited about opening more in major markets across the country in the coming year,” Mamoun's Falafel CEO and Co-Owner Hussam Chater said in the release.
Topics: Franchising & Growth