Founded in 1998, Turning Point is an award-winning breakfast, brunch and lunch concept with more than 20 locations known for a creatively designed, seasonal menu, exceptional service, and warm, inviting atmosphere. Turning Point offers unique, upscale breakfast, brunch and lunch options in an environment that feels like home.
Kirk Ruoff, founder and CEO of Turning Point Restaurants, purchased the concept when it was just a small lunch and dinner restaurant. Ruoff’s teamwork mentality is what turned Turning Point into the admired brand it is today. Turning Point Restaurants only operate during daytime hours, allowing its employees and franchisees the ability to be home with their family every evening.
Turning Point’s dependable track record of success, commitment to innovation and brand loyalty over the past 20 years sets them apart from their competitors. The brand has a strong repeat-customer base backed by over 100,000 loyalty members, and a proven, repeatable model for developing, opening and ramping up new locations.
Much of this success can be attributed to Turning Point’s unique and seasonal menu items, such as lobster avocado toast, Big Easy Eggs Benedict, seven different origins of French press coffee, Heavenly Hot Chocolate, bacon lollipops, Nola Sweet & Spicy Shrimp Hash and Very Vegan options.
An investment in Turning Point is more than a business move: It’s a turning point in one’s life. Many in the restaurant industry experienced burnout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Investing in Turning Point would allow its franchisees to get their lives back, say goodbye to working 80-hour workweeks, spend more time with loved ones and be propelled into the next level of their professional lives. Turning Point Restaurants wants people to work to live, not live to work—and the brand hopes to find people who want to make that change in their lives.
Turning Point Restaurants
Multiple locations throughout New Jersey
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 1.
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