San Francisco-based Curry Up Now is bringing its Indian street food to the Ft. Worth area. Marking itssecond Texas location, the restaurant will be located at the North City development in Alliance, one of the largest mixed-use developments in the southwest. The population within five miles of the North City development exceeds 250,000.
“We couldn’t have asked for a better location and a better team for our next location in the great state of Texas,” Curry Up Now CEO Akash Kapoor said in a company press release. “The market in Texas is huge for the future of Curry Up Now, and being a part of mixed-use developments like this allows us to really establish ourselves as a part of the community. We’re so excited to continue to grow this brand and connect with new customers.”
The female-owned franchise group leading the charge on the development of the location is Ekam Gourmet Kitchens LLC, directed by Samyuktha Kilaru and Kiran Khajuria.
“We’re beyond excited to have found the perfect location to bring this concept to Fort Worth,” Samyuktha Kilaru said in the release. “North City is the kind of development we’d been targeting, and it will be the perfect home to display the dynamic flavors and bright energy that makes Curry Up Now such an exciting experience. The people of Forth Worth are really going to love it.”
Curry Up Now was established in 2009 and operates 20 brick-and-mortar locations, three food trucks and several digital kitchen outposts nationwide.