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Who owns Lone Star NZ?

Who owns Lone Star NZ?

owner Steve Gardiner
Nelson Lone Star owner Steve Gardiner has owned the franchise for two years and says retaining good staff is the key to their success. He is Nelson born and bred and before joining the police force aged 25 he had a number of jobs.

How many lone stars are there in NZ?

There are now 20 Lone Star’s throughout New Zealand so there’s bound to be one near you.

Where did Lone Star restaurant come from?

Lone Star opened its first restaurant in 1989 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In March 1992, Lone Star became a public company with eight restaurants opened. At its maximum, 267 Lone Star Steakhouses were in operation.

Who owns the Lone Star franchise?

Current owners Andy and Ron Fincham said they were proud to have been associated with Lone Star. “For 32 years Lone Star has been a legendary name within the hospitality industry.

Where is the best place to sail in Auckland?

Jump onboard this boutique dining experience on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour. Savour a three-course meal during the leisurely sail and take in the fresh air, spectacular scenery and iconic city skyline from the water. Auckland is known as the City of Sails, so do what the locals do and come sailing.

When was the Lone Star in New Zealand?

It’s hard to believe it has been over thirty years since the opening of that first iconic Lone Star on Manchester St in 1988. Now thanks to your incredible support and loyalty, there are 25 Lone Stars around New Zealand serving legends like you every night, carrying on the fantastic legacy that started all those years ago.

Why is Auckland called the city of sails?

Auckland has also the largest Polynesian population in the world. Plus every year millions of tourists start their New Zealand experience at the Auckland Airport. The famous nick name “Auckland, City of Sails” comes from its iconic location.

Where does Ted Ashby sail in New Zealand?

Heritage scow Ted Ashby sets sail six days a week out on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour with great views of the city skyline and Harbour Bridge. A unique opportunity to participate as crew on an actual America’s Cup yacht.