The All Nighter has fried egg, cheddar cheese and bacon. Provided
Shauna Steigerwald reports:
A new gourmet burger restaurant called Patty Burger is set to open soon in West Chester.
Gregg Majewski, a former executive with Jimmy John’s who now has his own company, is behind the fast-casual concept. He initially opened Patty Burger in Chicago but closed it after the lease expired and the landlord sold the building.
He’s now bringing the concept to 9220 Allen Road, in the former Qdoba, in West Chester; it’s tentatively set to open Feb. 12.
Patty Burger serves four different types of burgers: 100 percent Angus beef burgers, tuna patties, black bean burgers and grilled or fried chicken patties. Options include the All Nighter, with fried egg, cheddar cheese and bacon; the Philly Up, with sauteed green peppers and onions, plus cheddar cheese sauce; and the Cali Girl, with avocado, alfalfa sprouts, applewood-smoked bacon and provolone. All ingredients are fresh, including the buns, which are baked in-house daily.
Salads, fresh-cut fries, homemade potato chips and frozen custard treats are also on the menu.
Majewski expects Patty Burger to franchise in the near future. His Wildcat Investments, LLC also operates nine Jimmy John’s locations and a sports-themed restaurant and bar called Jersey’s Pizza & Grill, which is also expected to franchise soon.
A website for the new restaurant, www.pattyburger.com, is under construction.
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