Fatburger, an all-American restaurant known for serving big and juicy burgers, announced the opening of Canada's 30th and 31st locations in Camrose and Edmonton, Alberta.
Operating in 27 countries across the globe, the iconic, better-burger chain is committed to further extending its international portfolio throughout Canada and overseas in the Middle East, Asia, and North Africa.
Launched in 1952, "The Last Great Hamburger Stand" prides itself on preserving the youthful, music-oriented culture created by founder Lovie Yancey more than 60 years ago. The chain is dedicated to providing guests with an array of fresh, high-quality beef, chicken, turkey, and veggie burger options ranging in size from small to XXXL.
In addition to its burgers, Fatburger offers a full menu of other items, such as hand-scooped ice cream shakes, hand-battered onion rings, and hearty chili made with a secret blend of herbs and spices.
"Our brand has already been so well received in Canada, and we could not be happier to join the Camrose and Edmonton communities," says Fatburger CEO Andy Wiederhorn. "We look forward to continuing to offer our custom, grilled-to-order burgers to hungry patrons in these two new locations. Having over 30 locations throughout Canada is quite an accomplishment, and we hope to continue to diversify and expand our footprint throughout the country for years to come."
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