Dine Brands Brings IHOP to the Caribbean

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Courtesy of IHOP on Facebook.

Dine Brands Int’l., the parent company to IHOP and Applebee’s, signed its first franchise deal in the Caribbean and will bring 17 IHOP locations to the islands.

Through the agreement with Bahamas Limited, the first restaurant is slated to open in late 2022 in Nassau, The Bahamas, and 16 more locations will follow over the next few years.

“We are excited to bring IHOP to the English-speaking Caribbean islands. We’ve seen success in Puerto Rico and believe guests in this new market are sure to fall in love with the brand’s world-famous pancakes and familiar comfort foods,” says William Urrego, regional vice president of franchise operations for Dine Brands Global, in a press release.

The IHOP locations in the Caribbean will feature signature menu items, along with local breakfast favorites.

Dine Brands Int’l. has 3,440 restaurants in 16 countries and currently is focusing on growth in North America, The Middle East, Asia and Latin America.

 

 

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