Chanticleer opens Seattle Little Big Burger in Beryl Building
Little Big Burger banks on bustling Capitol Hill neighborhood
Chanticleer Holdings opened a new Seattle Little Big Burger location. The newest Little Big Burger has landed in the Capitol Hill area in the Beryl Building. Chanticleer, a franchisor and operator of Little Big Burger, is betting big on the densely-populated area, which is home to 30,000 residents. The Capitol Hill Little Big Burger, spanning 2,500 square feet, is sure to benefit from the district’s density.
“The Little Big Burger brand, born out of Oregon with just eight original locations, has now reached 20 plus with a footprint also now in Charlotte, Seattle and Texas,” said Fred Glick, Chanticleer Holdings president, in the announcement. “We are excited about this location and anticipate it being one of our top performers.” Located on 12th Avenue and East Pike Street, the new Little Big Burger will benefit from a district known for its nightlife and entertainment.
Also, the restaurant will have a future grand opening with a free burger day. The Capitol Hill Little Big Burger will announce the date of these events on social media channels. A darling of Portland, Ore., the Little Big Burger restaurant chain was founded in 2010 and is known for its made-to-order burgers, truffle fries and root beer floats.
The Little Big Burger chain is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chanticleer Holdings, which plans its robust expansion. Chanticleer also operates and franchises American Burger, BGR, Just Fresh, and Hooters.
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