Juicy Burgers, a restaurant created by Nick Walpert in 1978 and currently based out of Houston, plans 11 nationwide expansions this year, including a move into Las Vegas.
Promised as “coming soon,” and already registered as a Nevada LLC, the brand’s two counter-service outposts in Texas specialize in a multi-napkin burger experience, prepared with halal meat.
Without revealing its first local location, or an exact opening date, the self-described home of “America’s burger” encourages customers to build their own combinations, beginning with a choice of beef, chicken breast, or “veggie garden” patty.
Sesame seed, brioche, “jalapeno cheese sourdough” and “lettuce wrapped” buns can also be upgraded with toppings including ranch blue, mayonnaise and dill pickles, or by adding “premium” extras of “grilled spinach,” pineapple, “turkey bacon,” and green chile peppers.
Also on the menu, chicken wings, gyro plates, “broccoli cheese bites,” “mac & cheese wedges,” and “breaded pickle spears” appetizers, plus a “Bananas Foster” sundae for dessert,
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