LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Big Boy Restaurants announced Wednesday it will be expanding into Nevada in a partnership with Terrible Herbst in Indian Springs.
Big Boy also recently celebrated a deal that made the chain international bringing it into Thailand and plans to grow across Southeast Asia.
Big Boy in a statement said they are "ready to expand the brand in Nevada and deliver our classic comfort food and even better experiences to so many."
The brand also says it's looking toward the future of even further growth.
“Last week, we made Big Boy a global icon and I could not be more excited and proud to announce, yet another, expansion of our brand here in America!” Says Tamer Afr, CEO, Big Boy. “We are proud to have partnered with such a strong brand in Terrible Herbst and excited for them join us in expanding the brand not only in Indian Springs but across Nevada. This continued expansion continues to show the strength of our brand and the emotional connection that so many have with Big Boy continues to allow that growth to happen. As I said before, get ready because we are ready to bring Big Boy to every state and once again, be the gold standard.”
“All of us at Terrible’s are beyond excited to announce our partnership with the iconic brand, Big Boy," says Executive Vice President of Operations for Terrible Herbst Inc., Matt Osa.
“The expansion of Big Boy in Southern Nevada, which begins with the Indian Springs location, is going to be a game-changer for this community and we couldn’t be happier to see this vision come to life!”
Big Boy restaurants had previously operated in Nevada.