The first Brother Jimmy's restaurant opened its doors on First Avenue in New York City
After six years of popularity and robust growth, the second New York City Brother Jimmy's restaurant opened in 1996 at 1644 Third Avenue at 92nd Street
The third New York City Brother Jimmy's opened to residents on Manhattan's Upper West Side at 428 Amsterdam Avenue (between 80th & 81st St.)
To accommodate its growing popularity, the original Brother Jimmy's restaurant relocated again to a larger facility on 1485 Second Avenue at 77th Street.
Brother Jimmy's launched "Brother Jimmy's Catering", a full service catering operation with the mission to bring the Brother Jimmy's experience directly to the customer.
The first Brother Jimmy's Express was opened in the dining concourse of Grand Central Station.
Brother Jimmy's continued to expand into new locations in Manhattan, opening its Midtown West location at 416 Eighth Avenue, directly across from Madison Square Garden.
A burger concept called Jimmy's Burger Shack opened, bringing our version of the slider to Midtown Manhattan.
The fifth and largest Brother Jimmy's restaurant opened at 181 Lexington Avenue, in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan.
Brother Jimmy's opened its first franchise on the roof of the El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. Brother Jimmy's Southern theme merged with the local culture of Puerto Rico to offer both hotel guests and locals a restaurant they feel at home at.
Brother Jimmy's continued to grow the brand through its partnership with Yankee Stadium by placing a concession and several food carts throughout the new stadium and became the proud BBQ Sponsor of the World Champion NY Yankees.
The sixth Brother Jimmy's restaurant, and the first below 23rd Street, opened in Union Square at 116 East 16th St. in March 2010. This location also marked the launch of new and more sophisticated menu items, such as cornmeal-fried oysters, BBQ meatloaf, pan-fried red fish with green tomato relish and black pepper & scallion grits, and chipotle-glazed pork chops.