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Mission Possible

Hangman Professional Kitchen Outfitters Equips New Mission Burrito for Business

 

Houston—Sept. 18, 2008—Hangman Professional Kitchen Outfitters is pleased to announce its third deal with Mexican Restaurants Inc. to design and furnish a full commercial kitchen for Houston’s newest Mission Burrito location.

 

The new Mission Burrito site, located at 6168 North Highway 6, was previously a Tortuga Cantina, and Hangman has signed on to streamline the design and install a kitchen similar to that of the original location on West Alabama. The renovations include the installation of vent hoods and the complete fabrication of stainless steel walls and coverings.  Hangman recently completed a new Mission Burrito kitchen in Katy at La Centerra, in addition to one in Rice Village. The new location is slated to open in mid-October.

 

“Our experience with Hangman has proven exceptional on every project so far,” said Chris Smith, senior vice president of operations for Mexican Restaurants Inc., which owns Mission Burrito, Casa Olé and Little Mexico restaurants. “We’ve chosen Hangman time after time because they are able to interpret our requirements and customize kitchens that are not only modern, but efficient too. Our goal is to improve our guests’ dining experiences, and Hangman makes it easy for us to do just that.”

 

“Our contracts for the new Mission Burrito restaurants have allowed us to work closely with the team at Mexican Restaurants Inc. and develop a brand that we can all be proud of,” said William McBride, president of Hangman. “We are excited to contribute to this growing group of restaurants that appreciates the importance of a well-crafted kitchen.”