Quaker Steak and Lube, the family restaurant best known for its crazy good wings and signature sauces, is set to open in Carrollton at 3 p.m. on September 5th, marking the national chain’s first expansion into the DFW market. The 6,500 square foot Carrollton location will feature the company’s trademark motorsports theme and include suspended motorcycles, a 1978 Corvette Stingray and two NASCAR cars on display.
The Carrollton site marks Quaker’s first company-owned store in Texas. But Quaker’s President and CEO, John Longstreet, has personal ties to the area, having lived in Plano for 30 years and having served as the city’s mayor from 1996-2000. In addition to the Carrollton store, Quaker plans to open locations in Plano and North Dallas within the next year.
“We’re excited to introduce Carrollton to our unique motorsports-themed dining experience,” said Longstreet. “It’s our first step into the Dallas Fort-Worth market, and we aim to make a good impression with our award-winning food, compelling décor and first-rate hospitality.”
Quaker Steak and Lube is located at 4109 Hwy 121 at Hebron Pkwy. For more information check out the web site.