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The Scoop: Fort Taco to open three more locations

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

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Fort Taco is set to open three additional locations: one in the Chesterfield Mall food court by Nov. 23, another at 8471 N. Lindbergh Blvd., in Florissant by the end of the year, and another yet-to-be-determined location in St. Charles in December.

Co-owner Elizabeth Sedlock said multiple locations have been a part of the Fort Taco business plans since opening the restaurant at 8106 Manchester Road in Brentwood in December 2014. “Our business model is very simple, and our menu is simple. We make three things, we do them really well, and we do them fresh daily. We knew this was something we could duplicate,” Sedlock said.

In addition to three new locations, Sedlock and her partners plan to open another six stores in 2016. “Opportunistic growth is what we’re all about right now. We’re a hometown brand to start, and we want to make sure we have controlled growth and strong operations before we move to other cities,” she said.

The Scoop: Flamentco’s The Place American Eatery to open in O’Fallon, Illinois

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

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{The Cory Pizza at soon-to-open Flamentco’s The Place American Eatery}

 

A new family-run carryout restaurant is coming to O’Fallon, Illinois. Flamentco’s The Place American Eatery is set to open at 711 W. Highway 50 in mid-September, as reported by the Belleville News-Democrat.

The Place is the first restaurant venture for co-owners Cory Flament; his sister, Bianca Flament; and his wife, Brittany Flament, who will also serve as head chef. The family has perfected their pizza and pasta recipes from their home kitchens over the course of a year.

The restaurant will be carryout only, featuring 16-inch pizzas available for lunch and dinner. Alongside traditional pizza offerings, a few specialty pizzas will also be available, such as Brit’s Buffalo Chicken Pizza and the Cory Pizza, featuring mozzarella, tomatoes, salami and bacon. “We try to be the pizza that everyone raves about,” Cory Flament said. The menu will also see six or so pasta dishes, including house-made spaghetti and fettuccine.

 

 

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