Pincho is the Spanish word for skewers or kebabs. An authentic and ancient method of cooking. Our ancestors discovered that the easiest way to grill up some food was to string pieces of meat on a thin stick. That’s when they had an “AHA” moment. Many years after that, the “pincho” became a widely popular technique in street corners all over the world.
We are a very unique concept that brings street food from the east and the west
(Pinchos and Burgers) and have elevated it to a modern day experience.
Using the freshest of ingredients, custom meat blends, and flavors inspired from
around the world, we pride ourselves on sourcing the highest quality products
and carefully crafting each plate for an unforgettable experience.
We love food, and we love to share it with the world.
It all began at a 4th of July family BBQ a few years ago. Nedal was grilling up one of his infamous burgers and family Pinchos when his cousin Otto looked at him and said, “Man, I wish we could eat like this every day. I’m so tired of eating burgers that we have no idea what they are made of.” Nedal instantly agreed and suggested they opened a restaurant where quality was a priority and transparency was a core value. Using Otto’s family pincho recipe together with Nedal’s popular burger recipe, they decided to go for it. After this, months of self-described “insanity” ensued.
Otto, Nedal and Nedal’s brother, Nizar, met every night for four months after work, perfecting
the recipes for eight menu items by testing several meat blends, trying hot dogs and sausages,
deciding between 15 different buns, until every detail on these first eight items were perfect.
As they poured their life savings into Pincho Factory, their family was hesitant about such a
risky venture since no one in the group had ever owned a restaurant before. However they
weren’t deterred, on November 10, 2010 and with only $6.27 left in his bank account,
Nedal and partners open their doors to Pincho Factory’s first location.