São Paulo's Fit Group, which has about 70 operations in 7 states in Brazil, will open two restaurants at Florianópolis Airport: Dino Restaurante and Rokkon – Gastronomia Japonesa.
The official announcement has not yet been made, but information exclusively obtained by Coluna Bom Dia reveals that the group's intention is to open the units in 2024.
Dino Restaurant is family-oriented and features a dinosaur theme – to delight the kids. The unit will be the first outside São Paulo and is considered the “big star” of the group.
Set to celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2027, Rokkon is an affirmation of oriental cuisine in Brazil's southeastern region. This is also why it will be the first unit of the restaurant outside the central axis of the country.
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By contacting the press office of Florianópolis Airport, the arrival of institutions reinforces the intention of making the place attractive to the family in various aspects, including gastronomy.
As mentioned earlier, this is a “entertainment and entertainment” strategy by the airport management.
The group recently opened a 3,000 square meter space featuring several bars and restaurants: Living Heineken, Fit Food, Mr Bey, Casa Qualycon, Forneria Ouro Preto, Seara Gourmet and The Coffeeshop Nescafé, all at Guarulhos Airport.
The space launched at the country's busiest airport received an investment of R$ 42 million.
the group It has 66 stores Across the country it expects revenues of about R$ 350 million.
At Florianópolis Airport, the group already has a Living Heineken facility, which operates 24 hours a day.
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