We are excited and proud to announce that Bolay has been named South Florida Business Journal’s Business of the Year at the 2019 Business of the Year Awards. This award is given out yearly to organizations that have built the South Florida economy through strong business practices, financial growth, and dedication to the community.
“To be recognized among such accomplished finalists and to win South Florida Business Journal’s 2019 Business of the Year Award is an honor we are beyond grateful for,” said Chris Gannon, CEO of Bolay. “Our team works incredibly hard to build a business that is dedicated to quality, the community, and a fresh, bold way of life. We wouldn’t be here today without their commitment and dedication.”
Known as Florida’s hottest new restaurant concept to hit the fast-casual dining scene, Bolay was founded in 2016 by Chris Gannon and his father Tim, co-founder of Outback Steakhouse. We strive to offer chef-inspired meals that are not only delicious but also nutrient rich and gluten friendly. The GFFS certified gluten friendly menu makes eating healthy more exciting and fun while also prioritizing fresh ingredients.
“We have big, bold plans to take Bolay across the country and make strides every day to achieve these goals,” continued Gannon. “We are so appreciative of the support the South Florida Business Journal has given us this year and look forward to expanding and introducing the world to the Bolay brand and its unique culture.”
The South Florida Business Journal Business of the Year Award recognized companies in five categories: companies with $3 million to $24 million in revenue, companies with $25 million to $49 million in revenue, companies with $50 million to $99 million in revenue, companies with $100 million to $249 million in revenue, and companies with more than $250 million in revenue. A reception was held to celebrate the 2019 Business of the Year honorees at Jungle Island in Miami, FL.
Come visit one of our ten locations across South Florida today! We are located in Boca Raton, Gainesville, Palm Beach Gardens, Pembroke Pines, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Lake Nona, Jupiter, and Winter Park – with five planned Dade County locations in the pipeline. Restaurants are open seven days a week – 11 am -9:30 pm Monday-Saturday and 11 am-9 pm on Sundays.