Hyannis Not Your Average Joe's Set to Re-Open

Ribbon cutting is November 18th at 3:30 p.m.

HYANNIS, MA- Not Your Average Joe’s in Hyannis will reopen to the public on Monday, November 18th at 4:00 p.m. There will be a ribbon cutting celebration at 3:30 p.m. outside of the restaurant on the exterior side of the mall.

As part of the major renovations at the Cape Cod Mall, Not Your Average Joe’s closed in January in order to create a new design and a new look at the Hyannis location. Patrons have anxiously awaited the return of one of their favorite Hyannis restaurants.

“We are very excited to reopen our doors in Hyannis. I think new and old customers will be excited to see the new restaurant, enjoy the different food items found on our new menu, and discover what they’ve been missing these past ten months. Additionally, this reopening allows us to create more jobs in the community and in Hyannis,” said CEO Peter D’Amelio.

Not Your Average Joe’s is currently hiring managers, hosts, servers, expediters, cooks, bartenders, and more to prepare for their Hyannis reopening. For more information about employment opportunities, go to https://www.workpop.com/careers/nyaj.

As part of the Hyannis reopening, Not Your Average Joe’s has teamed up with a local non-profit partner: Cape Cod Healthcare. A number of reopening celebration events will offer opportunities to donate and raise funds for Cape Cod Healthcare.

Not Your Average Joe’s is a restaurant concept predicated on a dynamic trifecta: made-from-scratch dishes, affordable pricing and customer-driven service. Founded in 1994 by Steve Silverstein and headed by CEO Peter D’Amelio, the brand has expanded its culinary footprint to over 20 locations along the East Coast. Specializing in creative casual cuisine, Not Your Average Joe’s also boasts an award-winning wine list and impressive beer selection all designed to meet guests’ needs and budgets. To discover more, please visit http://www.notyouraveragejoes.com

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