Industry News | December 22, 2012

Fatburger Heads Home with New Los Angeles Location

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Fatburger, the long-standing Hollywood favorite, is excited to announce the opening of a new location in Westfield Century City in Los Angeles.

The 60-year-old burger chain looks forward to providing Angelenos another hot spot to enjoy their juicy burgers, hand-scooped milkshakes, and infamous “Fat Fries”.

Taking great pride in its Los Angeles roots, Fatburger strives to maintain the same culture that founder Lovie Yancey instituted when opening the beloved chain in 1952.

All burgers are cooked-to-order and prepared with only the freshest of ingredients. The restaurant is dedicated to offering an array of high-quality, lean-beef burger selections, ranging in size from Small to XXXL, all completely customizable to each patrons liking.

In addition to its trademark burgers, the menu includes other Fatburglar favorites, such as the veggie and turkey burgers, chili cheese hot dogs, and hand-battered onion rings.

“Opening a new restaurant in such a popular shopping venue will only further strengthen our presence in the Los Angeles metropolitan area,” says CEO of Fatburger, Andy Wiederhorn. “With this location, we hope to grow our base of Fatburger fans by continuing to delight customers young and old with our famous grilled-to-order burgers.”

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