Friendly’s Express Opens In Coolidge Corner Wednesday

April 27, 2010 by Mark | 0 Comments

Boston Globe:

Friendly’s Express Restaurant will open in Brookline Wednesday in the former location of Qdoba in Coolidge Corner.

The Brookline location at 289 Harvard Street will be the family restaurant chain’s second “fast-casual” restaurant with an average time of six to eight minutes between placing an order and the food being served, the company said in a press release Monday.

The Wilbraham-based company said the express restaurant will have a limited menu of Friendly’s favorites, such as a SuperMelt, Fribbles, burgers, salads and kids’ meals.

After patrons order food at the counter in the restaurant, their food will be served at their table. The first Friendly’s Express Restaurant opened in Mansfield last year.

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