RENO, Nev. — Squeeze In, which operates three restaurants in northern Nevada and one in Truckee, Calif., plans to open a fifth location this fall in Redwood City, Calif. The new restaurant will be in the Marsh Manor Shopping Center, 3710 Florence St.
The Squeeze In has been a family business since 1974. Currently there are two restaurants in Reno, one in Sparks and the founding location in Truckee. The Redwood City location will be the first with additional investors. Squeeze In Marsh Manor, LLC, investment group partners with Robin and David Soran and Nikki and Morgan McCarroll along with restaurant owners Misty and Gary Young and daughter and son-in-law Shila and Chad Morris.
“We fell in love with the Squeeze In brand and family-focused philosophy many years ago, and to be able to join forces with such accomplished business owners to launch our own restaurant is a dream,” Robin Soran said. “When we spotted the Marsh Manor Center location a few months ago, we knew it would be a perfect fit for the well-loved Squeeze In restaurant concept. We approached the Squeeze In, and here we are today. We’re confident the Bay Area will love the fantastic omelettes and fabulous lunches our family has thoroughly enjoyed for years.”
The restaurant will lease a 2,156-foot space in the shopping center. Inside seating will accommodate 65 guests. A patio area will have seating for 24 guests.
Squeeze In features dozens of omelettes and has drawn national attention from celebrity chef Bobby Flay, who featured the company on The Food Network’s “Throwdown With Bobby Flay!” The company has been featured in The New York Times and on Fox business news.