MONTREAL — A&W is undergoing expansion in Quebec, with the official opening of its 100th restaurant in the province, which will be followed by 10 more units to be opened by the end of the year.
“A&W’s remarkable growth in Quebec undoubtedly stems from a solid development plan, combined with the entrepreneurial spirit of local Quebeckers seeking to achieve their business goals with our chain,” said Susan Senecal, chief marketing officer, A&W Food Services of Canada Inc.
“A&W offers unique and profitable business opportunities to Quebec-based entrepreneurs who wish to contribute to the success of the second largest hamburger chain in Quebec and Canada.”
The newest restaurant, located at 1200 Saint Catherine Street East in Montreal, features the brand’s new urban design, with 1,443 sq. ft. of space, contemporary decor, various seating options, a patio, free Wi-Fi and two self-service stations. It’s the fourth A&W urban concept to open in downtown Montreal.
The company currently has 774 restaurants in Canada, with 100 in Quebec and 50 in the Greater Montreal Area.