The Farmer Boys breakfast and burger casual restaurant chain will be adding their seventh local location to a stand-alone corner lot at the forthcoming 23,400-square-foot retail center headed to the corner of Rainbow and Badura.
The 3,185-square-foot restaurant has already allocated a beefy $475,000 in estimated construction costs. They will be joining Yogurtland, Café Zupas and the first Las Vegas outpost of Los Angeles-based, build-your-own-pie franchise PizzaRev.
Farmer Boys topped the 80-location mark earlier this year. The franchise launched in California in 1981 and arrived in Las Vegas in July 2008. They now circle the city, stretching from Centennial to their original Spring Valley site at Decatur and Russell, just under four miles north from this newest venture.
The company promotes and has trademarked the phrase "World's Greatest Hamburgers," created with "farm to table" ingredients, overseen by their mascot and "head of security," a mouth-less scarecrow, also found in stores as a bobblehead. The new retail center is expected to debut by the end of the year.