Queenstown Public House Overview

  • Founded
  • 2004

Founded
  • Status
  • Private

  • Employees
  • 14

Employees
  • Latest Deal Type
  • Later Stage VC

  • Investors
  • 1

Queenstown Public House General Information

Description

Operator of a restaurant intended to cater services in San Diego, United States. The company's quaint and whimsical restaurant located in San Diego and New Zealand specializes in inspired dishes and offerings, enabling consumers to enjoy a comfortable and unique outdoor dining experience.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Privately Held (backing)
Financing Status
Venture Capital-Backed
Primary Industry
Restaurants and Bars
Primary Office
  • 1557 Columbia Street
  • San Diego, CA 92101
  • United States
+1 (619) 000-0000

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Queenstown Public House Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
1. Later Stage VC Completed Generating Revenue
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Queenstown Public House Executive Team (1)

Name Title Board Seat Contact Info
Darren Roach Co-Owner, Partner & Manager
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Queenstown Public House Signals

Growth Rate

0.80% Weekly
Growth
Weekly Growth 0.80%, 93rd %
-35.5%. 530%

Size Multiple

219x Median
Size Multiple 219x, 100th %ile
0.00x 0.95x. 413Kx

Key Data Points

Twitter Followers

5.5k

Similarweb Unique Visitors

15.0K

Majestic Referring Domains

314

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Queenstown Public House Investors (1)

Investor Name Investor Type Holding Investor Since Participating Rounds Contact Info
Wolfpack Ventures Family Office Minority 000 0000 000000 0
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