For restaurants that have longstanding diversity programs in place, the current focus on DE&I has offered opportunities to reach out with some creative programs to support not only employees, but customers as well. At Willy’s Mexicana Grill, diversity has always been important to founder and CEO Willy Bitter.READ MORE
ATLFAMILYMEAL, Second Helpings Atlanta and the Atlanta Community Food Bank are teaming up to delivering 20,000 meals by the end of October to families in need across metro-Atlanta.READ MORE
1995 was a busy year here in Atlanta. The Atlanta Braves won the World Series. LaFace Records singing group TLC topped the music charts with the hit song “Waterfalls.” And as the entire city prepared to host the 1996 Summer Olympics, a guy named Willy Bitter decided to open a burrito restaurant in town.READ MORE
In partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (BGCMA), Willy’s Mexicana Grill believes it is imperative to speak up and take action against racism and inequality. As kids and teens grapple with strong feelings and big questions, they need us now more than ever.READ MORE
Fast food existed long before Maurice and Richard McDonald opened their first McDonald’s in California in 1948. Across the nation, local entrepreneurs have been serving up quality food fast for decades. While some establishments are still large only within the state where they began, others have become popular across a region. But none of the […]READ MORE
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