April 3, 2014 |

Utah company expands internationally with opening of Mexico City Little Caesars

By Pizza Today


Murray, Utah based Sizzling Platter, LLC (SPLLC) is about to go international. The restaurant management company will open its first Little Caesars in Mexico City, Mexico on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. “We are so excited to expand internationally and find a home for Little Caesars in Mexico,” said Ted Morton, Sizzling Platter CEO. “We operate several borderland Little Caesars in New Mexico and Texas—and they have done very well.“ SPLLC owns and operates Little Caesars in six states.

The Hot-n-Ready menu is expected to be a big hit south of the border. Little Caesars has grown in popularity with the ultra affordable Hot-n-Ready menu. That value will be the same in Mexico. “Our products appeal to families, students on a budget or anyone who is looking for great food at a good value,” said Mark Howe, Sizzling Platter Operations V.P.

The store was built with customer comfort in mind—which includes a small dining area. It is located at Margaritas St. Y Av. Jardin, Morelos, MZ 634 LT-2 Ecatepec, Edo D CP 55070. The hours will be: Sunday-Thursday 11AM-10PM and Friday-Saturday 11AM-11PM

Sizzling Platter LLC owns and manages restaurants in seven states under Little Caesars, Dunkin’ Donuts, Sizzler, Red Robin and Hoppers Grill & Brewery brands.

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