The Habit Burger Grill is wasting no time in expanding a stronghold in Las Vegas from its Southern California base. Less than two years after arriving at the Hughes Center, the franchise will soon operate five local outposts and finally made a first leap to the Strip.
Yet-to-be announced, Habit Burger will take over the 806-square-foot space on the third-level food court, formerly occupied by Wendy’s. It joins Johnny Rockets as the only burger-centric options at the mall, once suspected to be a future home for Wahlburgers.
No timetable for an arrival has yet been revealed, but work will soon begin on construction, with an estimated working budget of $316,618.
Habit Burger’s fourth location opened in North Las Vegas in January, close to North Decatur Boulevard and the 215 Beltway. The Habit menu is famed for the distinctive flavor of its burgers and sandwiches cooked over an open flame.
And in early May the mall will welcome back Luke’s Lobster, who’s outdoor location on the mall’s concourse has been temporarily shuttered to undergo a series of upgrades.