Noodles & Company Plans Long Island Expansion

Noodles_031115ANoodles & Company, serving noodles and pasta dishes from around the world, will open in Garden City Park, continuing its expansion on Long Island with the additional locations scheduled to open in 2015. The fast-casual restaurant brand will open stores throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties, including Farmingdale, Garden City Park, Hicksville and Patchogue.

Owned and operated by Doherty Enterprises, operators of over 140 restaurants in northern and central New Jersey, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Florida and Georgia, the new restaurants will bring 160 new jobs to Long Island.

Noodles & Company brings its globally inspired menu featuring the noodles and pasta dishes.

Favorites include the sweet and spicy Japanese pan noodles, savory flatbreads, creamy penne rosa, zesty pesto cavatappi and rich Wisconsin mac and cheese. To complement each dish, Noodles & Company also serves wines from around the world and beers from down the block.

“We are pleased to announce the expansion of Noodles & Company on Long Island” said Ed Choe, president of Doherty Enterprises. “Our first location at The Westbury Plaza in Garden City has been well received by the community, so we are excited to bring the Noodles & Company concept to other areas of Long Island. We also look forward to hiring 160 local individuals to join our enthusiastic team.”

Noodles & Company will hire approximately 40 local team members to staff each new location. The restaurant will also offer entry level management positions requiring two years of management/leadership experience. For those wanting to be the first to know about Noodles & Company’s grand opening celebrations, VIP events, information on seasonal specialties, giveaways and more, can join Noodles & Company’s E-Club at to receive their Noodlegrams.


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