Moe’s Opens in Buffalo, NY

BUFFALO, NY (February 23, 2010) –  Moe’s Southwest Grill located at 2730 Delaware Avenue celebrates its grand opening on Thursday, February 25.

Local owner and operator Kevin Dipirro is bringing his second New York location to the city of Buffalo. Dipirro also owns the Moe’s Southwest Grill in Amherst and plans to open a third location in the next few years.

The new Buffalo location is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. For a unique catering experience with the ability to customize for large groups, guests may call (716) 447-9850.

Moe’s Adds $1,000 Cash to Dead Ringer Contest Prize Pool

ATLANTA, GA (February 19, 2010) – Moe’s quest to find Dead Musician look-alikes just got more interesting – $1,000 has been added to the prize pool. Moe’s Dead Ringer contest is all about finding 14 people who best resemble Dead Musicians so their faces can be painted and hung on the walls of Moe’s restaurants.  The contest is heating up with hundreds of submissions to choose from and voting only two months away; nonetheless, Moe’s decided to throw cash into the mix to liven up the competition and encourage even more entries.  To enter Moe’s Dead Ringer contest visit Also, visit the site to Rock Your Face and share your rock star persona with the world, and purchase a Dead Ringer t-shirt to benefit VH1  Save The Music Foundation.

Moe’s in Atlanta’s Loehmann’s Plaza to Host Fundraiser for Haiti Relief

WHAT: Eating a delicious Moe’s burrito isn’t just good for your appetite; it’s also helping those in need. Moe’s wants to do its part to help the disaster victims in Haiti, so the restaurant will be giving 15 percent of all proceeds Tuesday, February 23 to Atlanta’s Beremedy Fundraising effort. Beremedy is a non-profit organization with a global reach that harnesses the power of social media networking to create an unlimited ability to pinpoint and connect the needs of people with vital resources. 

WHERE: Moe’s in Loehmann’s Plaza: 2484 Briarcliff Rd NE

WHEN: Tuesday, February 23 from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.

WHY: According to local Moe’s owners Tony Lewis and James Sills, the people in Haiti need our help and Moe’s wants to facilitate an opportunity for the community to come together and donate what we can to those who need it most. Lewis and Sills expect to raise over $2,000 at the event.