Saturday 12 June 2021

COSI Opens Fifth Restaurant in Costa Rica

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La SabanaCosi, located in the La Sabana Business Center, across from the National Stadium.  Photo couresty of Cosi

QCOSTARICA – Cosi, the fast casual restaurant, has opened its fifth restaurant location in Costa Rica located in the Sabana Business Center, across from national stadium.

The La Sabana location is part of an expansion plan the chain has, looking to open the sixth Cosi in August in City Place, Santa Ana. Also, by 2016, the company estimates opening three more, one in Cuidad del Este, Curridabat and other sites not yet selected.

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The American restaurant chain is known for its flatbread secret recipe.

Cosi are committed to serving the best food and fresh flatbread that means out of our ovens every half hour. With this we make our flatbread pizzas, sandwiches and soups and salads to accompany” said Cristina Escalante, director of marketing.

Last November opened in the Paseo de Las Flores, Heredia, adding to its restaurants in Multiplaza Escazu, Plaza Real Alajuela and Plaza Carolina in San Pedro.

“We are pleased to announce the opening of another new Cosi restaurant by our franchise partner, Fast Casual Ltda.,” said R.J. Dourney, Cosi President and Chief Executive Officer. ”

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Costa Rica has enthusiastically embraced Cosi), and we are excited about the growth in this market. The Fast Casual team is doing an outstanding job in building the Cosi brand in this Latin American market,” stated Dourney.

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