If all goes to plan, diners will have three chances in Henderson to chow down on Wayback Burgers’ “Triple Triple” tower of beef.
Created in Newark, Delaware, in 1991, Wayback specializes in never- frozen beef patties, “hand-dipped milkshakes” and operating with an unfussy style. The company has expanded to 24 states and 100 locations, with ambitions to grow internationally.
For its first Nevada launch, attorney David Boehrer of Henderson-based David Boehrer Law Firm acquired the franchise rights to three locations, with the first promised to sit “off Stephanie Street and Interstate-215.” Boehrer’s company is located at the intersection of Stephanie Street and Warm Springs Road.
While Wayback announced the first location will debut this year, a precise site has yet to be confirmed.
On the future menu, burgers, shakes, chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and sides like "Irish nachos" and the brand’s house-made potato chips. Guests can also build their own burger, choosing cheeses, toppings and sauces and the option of one to three beef patties. For the truly adventurous, Wayback offers the 1,780 calorie, “Triple Triple,” featuring nine patties, nine slices of American cheese, lettuce and tomato .
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