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Chef/owner Joe Fabrocini, a Garden State native, brings a little taste of Jersey to the West Coast with his signature Ripper: a specialty deep fried dog that's best when topped with their Bald Eagle Sauce - a tangy mustard relish.
Owner / Chef Joe Fabrocini comes from a long line of restaurants and experience beginning with an apprenticeship at Matteo's Italian Restaurant in Honolulu at the age of 18 going on to work under his Father at the original Fab's Italian Kitchen in Tarzana, CA.
Later, Joe opened his own place on Ventura Blvd. called Fabrocini's Italian Kitchen in 1992 with his Brother Vinnie who now owns Fabrocini's Beverly Glen in Bel Air.
Later, after taking a break from the restaurant business, Joe got the idea for his hot dog restaurant while working for Guitar Center as Director of Real Estate, traveling around the country sampling different dogs in different regions and decided to bring them together in one place.
favorites while growing up in New Jersey, he
brought The Ripper to LA, a dog made especially for deep frying and only available in northern New Jersey until now.
also loved the dogs you get in Manhattan, those snappy all-beef dogs with red onion sauce and sauerkraut.
Joe uses only the finest east-coast dogs and artisan made sausages in his
restaurant along with homemade toppings and sauces.
News-Record.com - Greensboro, North Carolina: : Guitar Center ready to play the lead
"It depends on the competitor," said Joe Fabrocini , Guitar Center's manager of real estate and director of store openings.
The company is scouting locations in Winston-Salem, Asheville and Hickory and plans to open another Charlotte store, Fabrocini
The chain is expanding into smaller markets, forgoing its traditional 15,000-square-foot format for buildings like the 10,000 square-foot one on Vanstory Street.
In Greensboro, that single store could target between 250,000 and 800,000 people, Fabrocini
said, pulling shoppers from nearby Interstate 40 and off High Point Road.
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Director of Store Openings for the Guitar Center, Joe Fabrocini says "there is great potential for our Durham store due to its close proximity to major universities such as Duke, UNC and NCCU.
Wichita Eagle | 07/14/2005 | Guitar Center picks west Wichita
The company typically draws 1,500 to 2,000 people to its store openings, said Joe Fabrocini, the company's director of real estate.This will be the company's 151st location nationwide and the only one in Wichita, he said.
The company sells electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitars, drums, keyboards, amplifiers, mixers, recording equipment and accessories.The store will stock 200 to 400 guitars, from $99 to $20,000, he
Fabrocini last visited Wichita during the ice storm in January to pick a site, he
said.They wanted to be on Kellogg for the visibility, he said.
"We chose a location on the west side because there was a lot of construction on the east side," he
said it will be several years before one comes to Wichita.