The largest Caribbean franchise chain, Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, with over 120 restaurants in ten states, opened the two newest locations this weekend in Houston, Texas.
During the celebrations, Houstonians received free samples of Golden Krust’s famous foods.
Among those in attendance were members of Golden Krust’s executive team, local elected officials, social media personalities, local business owners, other members of the Golden Krust family of franchisees, and community-based well-wishers who have been supporting the two restaurants since they opened for business in November 2017.
“Golden Krust’s Caribbean food and the Houston market make for a perfect match, especially since Houston leads the nation in dining out,” said Andrew White, who is running for the office of governor of Texas. “This is something special that everyone will enjoy.”
Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill was founded in 1989 by Lowell Hawthorne and his family. Golden Krust headquarters is located in the Bronx, NY and currently has over 120 stores nationwide.
Its products such as beef, chicken and vegetable patties, bulla cakes, buns& cheese or coco bread are well-known in the USA.