ORLANDO, FL – July 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Passport Restaurants, Inc. (OTC PSPR: PK, Frankfurt PPU) today announced that its subsidiary, New York NY Fresh Deli, opened two new restaurants in Dallas and Las Vegas, during its second quarter ending July 9, 2006.
The Dallas restaurant is located at 17290 Preston Road, Dallas. In Las Vegas, the restaurant is located at the Sunset Station Casino, Henderson. The Las Vegas location represents the first opening in Nevada and the Dallas store is the 10th location in Texas, with additional stores in Houston and San Antonio.
About New York NY Fresh Deli
New York NY Fresh Deli, based in Phoenix, Arizona, features fresh signature New York Style Hot Sub Sandwiches, Gourmet Deli Sandwiches and a full-line of Fresh Cut Salads. At the end of the second quarter, there were 30 franchised New York NY Fresh Deli restaurants operating in 15 states. In addition, there were signed franchise agreements for another 58 restaurants in the U.S. and the Middle East.
Please visit the website at www.newyorksubs.com
About Passport Restaurants, Inc.
Passport Restaurants, Inc. is a multi-concept restaurant management and holding company which acquires, develops and grows emerging restaurant concepts in the casual dining and quick-casual dining segments of the U.S. restaurant industry. Passport Restaurants, Inc. currently owns Playa Grill & Margarita Bar, a quick-casual restaurant that features high quality, high value, made-fresh Mexican grilled foods in a casual coastal atmosphere, Steve’s Pizza a quick-casual “hometown” pizza restaurant offering a superior quality, affordably prices pizza for dine-in, take-out and delivery and New York NY Fresh Deli. For additional information visit the Passport Restaurant, Inc. website at www.restaurantholdings.com.
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