Monday, May 23, 2011

George Martin's Grillfire in Maryland? That's RIGHT!

65 N. Park Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY 11570   1-516-678-7272

The George Martin Group is known for it's cutting edge and tasteful cuisine for an affordable price here on Long Island. But, now the George Martin Group has officially opened it's 4th Grillfire location in Hanover, MD. The restaurant in total now has SIX locations!

George Martin's Grillfire is a sophisticated American Grill celebrating the foods we have all come to love. With a focus on authentic regional and adopted international dishes, guests enjoy dining in the richly designed space for all reasons, for all seasons.

Grillfire appeals to discerning diners who appreciate the high impact flavors and whimsical presentations on the user-friendly menu. Whether desiring a grilled, juicy burger after a late night arrival, enjoying exotic cocktails at the bar with colleagues, sharing a high value meal with friends or family, or savoring that all important banquet dinner, Grillfire consistently exceeds guest's expectations.

Grillfire management creates a culture of "taking care of the guest" in all its programs and activities. In its free standing units, management becomes immersed in the community to understand the lifestyle drivers of the population. Menus and hours of operation are then tailored to accommodate and please. When partnering with host environments, such as hotels and corporate venues, management seeks a partnership to elevate the host's brand positioning.

As the owner and operator of six successful restaurants, the management team (since 1989) has two decades of experience in the hospitality industry. The infrastructure of the organization enables and encourages expansion of its brands. 

George Korten, founder of the George Martin Group, measures success everyday by asking, "How many people did we make happy today?"

The George Martin Grillfire in Hanover, MD is currently hiring! For more information please click here!

1 comment:

  1. Yah right, it is important to satisfy the customers with the food served. Food is one of the important highlights in corporate affairs, and that's why it must satisfy everyone. After all, the food served reflects the value of the company.

    Monica Bremer