You can find ’em all over town, but soon it’ll be even easier to grab a cold one.
The beloved fast-food restaurant, Eegee’s, is opening seven new locations — one of which will be built out of shipping containers.
The new “modern prototype design” is the first of the seven brand new locations, and will open at “The Landing” on Irvington this coming January. The Landing is a 58-acre site that’s expected to have up to 600,000 square feet of retail space.
“The shipping container prototype has been in the works all year, and we’re very excited to unveil it this fall,” said Eegee’s CEO, Ron Petty. “The look and feel of Eegee’s has evolved, but the menu will continue to feature our classic favorites.”
The first location is said to be the beginning of a new roll-out of restaurants.
All of the future eegee’s restaurants will be constructed with the new, contemporary aesthetic, but will continue to serve the same menu — french fries, ranch dressing, and frozen slushy drinks that dye the inside of your mouth.
For more information, visit eegees.com.
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