Flame Broiler Kicks Convenience Up a Notch

The Korean QSR chain has units in five states, but its newest Jacksonville, Fla. unit has one feature the others don't.

Flame Broiler first double drive thru in Jacksonville
Flame Broiler will serve its Korean-inspired rice bowls via two drive-thru lanes at its new location in Jacksonville, Fla.

Flame Broiler touts its abilities to prepare its health-conscious, Korean-inspired menu without dairy or fryers. Now, however, it has a new claim to fame: its first double drive-thru.

The brand’s fresh concept in Jacksonville, Fla.—which formerly was a Chinese takeout restaurant—is set to celebrate its grand opening this Friday, April 19. Jackie Grzebin, the franchisee at the helm, also runs four other units in the city.

“It’s been one of our aspirations to introduce our very first double drive-thru location,” said Young Lee, CEO and founder of Flame Broiler. “Knowing the importance of healthy eating habits, we continue to work towards fulfilling our promise of bringing nutritious bowls to people at a convenience.”

Flame Broiler’s menu features rice bowls made with non-GMO white or brown rice, charbroiled Angus beef, charbroiled no antibiotics ever chicken (original or Korean spicy) or organic charbroiled tofu, plus freshly blanched vegetables.

Flame Broiler, founded in 1995, has locations in five states: California, Arizona, Oklahoma, Florida and North Carolina.



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