Dave & Buster’s, the 137-unit brand is slated to reopen 48 stores in 15 states according to information made public and they have plans to reopen 90% to 95% of its locations by the end of July. They had originally closed there stores due the coronavirus. According to the CEO Brian Jenkins, they are on track to re-open all stores by September, barring any delays from the pandemic.
Many businesses were hit hard due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Dave & Buster’s was not the exception. This is why the opening of these stores is great news, not just for the company, but as well for many other businesses in the restaurant and entertainment arena.
The stores are currently opening with some limited services and reduces hours.
The limited service“We have seen some of our competitors that haven’t opened any stores right now or some that have opened very, very few,” Jenkins said. “I think we are going to see less competitive headwind here on the other side.”