The Carving Board to expand in California

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The company is moving up the Coast from Los Angeles to San Francisco.
LOS ANGELES – The Carving Board Sandwiches announced that it plans to bring over 20 franchise locations to the San Francisco Bay area over the next five years. With profitable locations in Southern California, Carving Board officials plan to expand in the Bay area next.

“Since our founding in 2012, we have built the infrastructure to grow through the franchise model, and we’re confident we’ll continue to flourish throughout California,” stated David Adir, co-founder and CEO. “We’re seeking franchisees who appreciate the originality of our concept and are passionate about the restaurant industry in order to elevate our brand to new heights.”

With more than 50 different sandwich creations on The Carving Board menu, most items are created in-house giving consumers plenty of options.

The company also plans to open several locations in downtown Los Angeles, South Bay, Koreatown and Beverly Hills. Carving Board currently serves customers in Hollywood, Burbank, West Los Angeles and Tarzana.

 “The Carving Board is truly a unique brand—it thrives in high-density major metropolitan areas, and we want as many people as we can to experience the fresh products we have to offer,” Adir said. “We are excited to continue our expansion in our home state and bring fresh ingredients and innovative sandwiches to our local communities.”

The company will also be opening eateries in Dubai, United Arab Emirates soon. The company is planning to start up 12 new locations throughout Dubai over the next five years.

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