Back in December, when ambitious fast-casual franchise Burgerim announced that it was headed to Las Vegas, all the restaurant could announce was a street address in the southeast. Now a construction permit gives more concrete proof the Tel-Aviv-born concept is on the way.
Serving self-described "gourmet food fast," the brand encourages guests to buy multiple 2.8-ounce mini-burgers from a menu of "3 buns, 6 sauces, 11 patties, and 9 unconventional toppings." Customers can choose to buy two, three or a party pack of 16.
The restaurant will be moving into a 1,784-square-foot space at 9635 Bermuda Road, close to the intersection of Bermuda and Silverado Ranch Boulevard, with enough room for a maximum occupancy of 53.
Burgerim's name in Hebrew is translated as "many burgers" and the brand prefers you don't confuse the miniaturized creations as sliders. Patty choices include beef, wagyu beef, turkey, lamb, chicken, salmon and "veggie." Toppings include mushrooms, a sunny side up egg, pineapple, bacon and avocado. The restaurant also serves chicken wings, salads, sandwiches and on the side, fries and onion rings.
With a rapid nationwide expansion plan, Burgerim is already open in Memphis, Tennessee, Cypress, Texas, and three locations in California. The Las Vegas outpost is promised as "coming soon."