Philadelphia, PA - Mission BBQ will open in Fairless Hills, Bucks County, in July 2022. The new restaurant will occupy half of the former Pier 1 Imports location. The other half will be redeveloped for use by an unknown retailer.
Mission BBQ Opening in Fairless Hills
The Mission BBQ concept has been a hit in other parts of the country. Currently, Mission BBQ has thirteen locations in Pennsylvania.
The 510-square-foot restaurant will be in a former Pier 1 store. It will be equipped with a curbside pickup and an outdoor eating area. The location will offer a full menu and a beer and wine bar. In addition to its signature barbecue, Mission BBQ is known for its supportive approach to veterans and emergency workers.
After September 11, Mission BBQ has expanded to 17 states. The chain is also well-known for supporting emergency responders and has locations in Warminster Township, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia. The company has also currently opened a site across the Delaware River in Hamilton, New Jersey.
Mission BBQ History
In the wake of the devastating events of September 11, the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attack, Mission BBQ opened its doors in Maryland. Its mission is to bring back the nation to a pre-attack state and honor the sacrifices made by our first responders and military. As a result, the restaurant has become a Baltimore landmark.
The Mission BBQ chain started on September 11, 2011, and is now open in nine states. It aims to reach 200 locations by the year 2024. Each restaurant is company-owned and operated as an LLC. The restaurant founders are the president, chief executive officer, and CFO. Josh Mitchell and Paul Sattler are the Operations Executives. An award-winning graphic artist designed the company's logo, so the restaurant is easy to spot.
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