Mo’ Bettahs prepares to make waves in Plano

Serving Authentic Hawaiian Flavors From a New Prototype

DALLAS (February 16, 2022) – Hot on the heels of its successful Dallas-Fort Worth debut in December, Hawaiian-style restaurant Mo’ Bettahs is bringing its second local restaurant to Plano on March 4!

Located at 1801 Preston Road, Ste. B, the new 3,114 square foot restaurant will feature Mo’ Betahs brand new prototype that exudes the diverse ocean lifestyle that is signature of the Hawaiian Islands. After growing up on Oahu, brothers Kimo and Kalani Mack decided to create a restaurant that reflected their love for Hawaii’s unique culture, delicious cuisine, and the Pacific Ocean. When customers enter the new Mo’ Bettahs in Plano, they will be instantly transported to the islands with new visuals featuring specific colors and patterns that accurately depict the exquisite landscapes of plants, flowers and waters native to the islands. ‘Hawaii.

Mo’ Bettahs will spread the aloha spirit by serving authentic, fresh flavors using only the finest ingredients. Guests can enjoy Hawaiian staples like the famous plated lunch which includes a choice of meat – grilled chicken or teriyaki steak, kalua pig, chicken pulehu, chicken katsu or shrimp tempura – as well as the unique macaroni salad brand and steamed rice.

“Mo’ Bettahs has quickly gained a loyal fanbase all over Dallas with our real, authentic, island-fresh food that is filling and energizing for the day,” said co-founder Kimo Mack. “You won’t find these flavors anywhere else, and now we’re excited to start serving our exclusive Island BBQ menu from our new prototype in Plano. There’s nothing like hitting your favorite local surf spot or enjoying the ocean breeze, and that’s exactly what we hope our customers will feel when they visit our restaurants. We look forward to bringing this special experience to more DFW and serving our “ono” island cuisine to the Plano community.”

In preparation for its grand opening, Mo’ Bettahs is hiring 15 more team members in the coming weeks. Interested applicants can apply by visiting Harri.com or visiting the North Dallas site at 6471 E. Northwest Highway, Ste. 100. Mo’ Bettahs offers a variety of benefits, such as flexible hours, daily pay, free and discounted meals, and more.

When Plano’s first Mo’ Bettahs opens, it will be the second in Texas and the 28and system-wide location. To learn more about Mo’ Bettahs or to see the full menu, visit mobettahs.com.

About Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style
Mo’ Bettahs was founded in Bountiful, Utah in 2008 by Kimo and Kalani Mack with the goal of providing customers with an authentic Hawaiian island barbecue experience, just as they enjoyed growing up in Oahu, Hawaii. Mo’ Bettahs serves up plated lunch with an authentic Hawaiian experience, featuring dishes like freshly grilled teriyaki chicken and steak, kalua pig, fried katsu chicken, house macaroni salad and baked rice. steam. Since partnering with Savory Restaurant Fund, Mo’ Bettahs has expanded to 27 locations in Idaho, Texas and Utah. Mo’ Bettahs intends to spread the aloha spirit to more communities through continued expansion in the months and years to come. Mo’ Bettahs offers dine-in, take-out and catering services. For more information, visit mobettahs.com or follow Mo’ Bettahs on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

About the salt fund
Savory, a Mercato Partners fund, focuses on delivering exceptional returns through strategic investments in the food and beverage industry. Savory partners with emerging, profitable and high-potential restaurant brands to provide financial capital, industry expertise, revenue opportunities, profitability improvements and the development of new locations. The Savory team directly contributes to all aspects of growth and replication using a proven manual and methodology. The involvement of founders in the expansion of a brand is a central theme of the Savory approach because founders carry the tribal knowledge around uniqueness that energized early success and is essential to future growth. For more information, visit SavoryFund.com.

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