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PepperJax Grill to Open New Bellevue Location with Drive-Thru near Hwy 370 & Golden Blvd

The City of Bellevue is excited that PepperJax Grill has announced that it will open a new free standing fast casual restaurant in Bellevue, NE on Samson Way near Hwy 370 & Golden Blvd. (Next to Sherwin Williams). The new Bellevue location will offer a Drive-Thru window service and is expected to open in January of 2016.

PepperJax Grill is a fast casual restaurant chain that’s known for its award winning made fresh to order Famous Phillies, Gourmet Rice Bowls, Giant Burritos, Loaded Nachos and Fresh Salads. Menu items are grilled fresh right before your eyes and customers have over 35 free toppings including a signature sauce bar to choose from.

“We’re very excited to open a new PepperJax Grill in Bellevue, Nebraska,” said Gary Rohwer President of PepperJax Grill. “This new location will offer our Drive-Thru window service which is a new concept for PepperJax Grill. We’re the only fast casual restaurant in the country that offers Drive-Thru “fresh grilled made to order” Famous Phillies, Giant Burritos, Gourmet Rice Bowls and more with great speed of service. PepperJax Grill is proud to offer our quality menu items including our legendary “America’s Best Philly” to Bellevue area residents,” Rohwer said.

The new Bellevue PepperJax Grill restaurant is owned by PepperJax Development, which owns and operates corporate stores in Omaha, NE; Council Bluffs, IA; Lincoln, NE; Lee’s Summit, MO; St. Joseph, MO; Belton, MO; Overland Park, KS; Shawnee Mission, KS; Lawrence, KS; St. Cloud, MN; Columbia, MO; Olathe, KS: Blue Springs, MO: and Liberty, MO.

PepperJax Grill is a fast casual restaurant chain based in Omaha, Nebraska that also has franchise restaurants in Davenport, IA; Clive, IA; Ankeny, IA; Sioux Falls, SD; Manhattan, KS; Cedar Falls, IA; Iowa City, IA; Cedar Rapids, IA; and Ames, IA.

A number of new PepperJax Grill locations are being planned to open throughout Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota and North Dakota in the near future.

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