Bolay, the latest restaurant concept to make a splash into the fast-casual dining scene, has named Justin Tyler (JT) Testa Operations Partner for its fifth location, which is set to open February 9th in the heart of West Palm Beach. JT has worked alongside Bolay CEO, Chris Gannon, since it’s beginning, and has seen the company grow from a two-man operation making cold-pressed juices in a garage into the innovative, fast-growing company it is today.
“I am both honored and humbled to be named Operating Partner of our newest location in West Palm Beach,” said JT Testa. “It’s such a privilege to work alongside this visionary family and to be part of the team that will be introducing our community to the ‘Bolay Way’.”
Prior to working with Bolay, JT worked as a mixologist at a popular Jupiter-based restaurant while earning his degree in Economics. His philosophy is one of ensuring guests are always enjoying themselves and this belief has followed him into his new role as Operating Partner for Bolay. Today, he is one of the standard bearers of the “Bolay Way,” which is rooted in a can-do spirit, unbridled enthusiasm, and an attention to detail that elevates the fast casual dining experience to a decidedly more polished standard.
“The opening of our fifth location is the perfect opportunity to celebrate just how far JT and I have come since delivering our hand-made juices in 2015,” said Bolay CEO, Chris Gannon. “There is no doubt that JT is a valued part of our team who plays an integral role in our growth. I have absolute faith in him to lead our newest locale to great success.”
Bolay West Palm Beach is set to open February 9th at 1880 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite A. It will be open seven days a week – 11am-9:30 pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-9pm on Sundays – and will reveal grand opening plans as the date approaches. For more info, please visit www.eatbolay.com and follow the bold journey on social media.
Bolay takes a fast casual approach to fresh, bold and flavorful food that invigorates the palate. Created by Chris Gannon and his father, Tim Gannon, co-founder of Outback Steakshouse, the restaurant invites diners to build bowls for lunch and dinner, packed with nutrient rich super foods and tasty proteins. With ingredients that uniquely customize bold, innovative flavors, including gluten free selections, Bolay innovates the build your own bowl experience, and pairs it with refreshing cold-pressed juices, infused teas, and local craft beer and wine. To learn more about Bolay, please visitwww.eatbolay.com, ‘Like’ Bolay on Facebook, or follow @EatBolay on Instagram and Twitter.