Church reopens with new restaurant design in Independence Square

Patrons of Church’s Texas Chicken™ in Port-of-Spain are now experiencing a unique, exciting and vibrant appearance as the newly renovated Church’s Restaurant reopened its doors on Friday, May 27.

New design features eye-catching exterior and interior design bold, contemporary and welcoming elements that reflect the brand’s authentic heritage with a warm welcoming spirit that feels like home.

“Our customers come to Church’s Texas Chicken not only for our quality food with a bold flavor profile – they also look to us to deliver a complete dining experience,” said Norman Sabga-Aboud, Managing Director, Global Brands Group. “Our new restaurant concept Blaze brings a modern touch to Port-of-Spain and its surroundings and offers a truly enjoyable quick-service dining experience.”

The experience begins now with a striking exterior design facade with warm textured wood panels that immediately catch the eye. Once inside, large murals with signature icons adorn the walls. A giant gold star on the ceiling serves as both an illuminating element and an affirmation that Church’s is the place to be for the “bold, legendary flavor that customers love and crave.”

“The restaurant’s new design is bang on trend, with lots of dynamic, colorful and memorable interactions that appeal to consumers of all ages,” said Anthony Sabga-Aboud, Director, Global Brands Group. Global Brands Group currently operates 20 Church’s locations nationwide and is the parent company of Church’s Texas Chicken, Pizza Boys, Rituals Coffee House, Wok ‘n Roll, Heroes Sports Bar and Donut Boys.

Were on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Church’s Texas Chicken restaurant Joel Martinez, Mayor of Port of Spain, Gregory AboudPresident of the Downtown Merchants Association (DOMA) Directors of the Global Brands Group and other specially invited guests.


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Rozella J. Cook