Ghost Towns in Oregon Experience Population Boom as Bruges Restaurant Franchises Move In

Reasons Why Bruges Food Franchises Fit in Oregon

food franchisesIt’s a well known fact that Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state. But, with the arrival of Bruges Waffles & Frites restaurant franchises, they may begin dwindling as residents and tourists alike flock to the state for a taste of an authentic and delicious European dining experience. This population of foodies attracted by the intoxicating aroma of freshly baked waffles and frites will be enough to fight off any ghost that dares stand in their way.

Move Over Food Trucks

Oregon is also well known for the popular food trucks featuring a variety of cuisine to feed any craving. These food trucks have become a staple in Oregon culture, so much so that there is a map detailing where they can be found!

Bruges Waffles & Frites began as a food cart at the farmers market in Salt Lake City. Though we didn’t have a map detailing our exact location, we found that our fans were still able to find us. As our fan base grew, we moved on from the food cart, and opened four year round restaurant locations, and are now looking to expand in select communities in Oregon.

5 Things Bruges and Oregon Have in Common

When making plans for one of our restaurant franchises, it’s important to know if the state and Bruges would be a good fit. Turns out Oregon and Bruges have a lot in common. Here are five reasons we know Bruges will fit seamlessly into the local scene:

  1. Oregon’s state birthday lands on February 14-Valentine’s Day! What a better way to say “I love you,” than with a delicious and authentic Belgian waffle.
  2. Oregon is one of two states that does not feature self-serve gas stations. While we are not affiliated with a gas station, we don’t believe in self-serve either. Bruges wants all of our customers to experience the wonderful customer service that enhances the feel of an bruges lighthouseauthentic European dining experience.
  3. Eugene was the first city to feature one-way streets in its city planning. This could come a handy part of our marketing plan as we may just say “There’s only one way to Bruges!”
  4. The Oregon coast features nine lighthouses, five of which are still in operation. Just as lighthouses are a guiding source for boaters, Bruges is a guiding source for how authentic Belgian cuisine should taste.
  5. The famous Hell’s Canyon is North America’s deepest river gorge. Want to make Hell’s more heavenly? Grab a Belgian waffle to go.
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