The 1063 square-foot store is scheduled to open October 27, 2021, and will bring its locally made plant-based burgers, fries, and shakes to the Upper Mountain area.
Odd Burger Corporation (TSXV: ODD) (OTCQB: GBLYF announced today it has completed construction of its Odd Burger location in Hamilton, Ontario – its sixth restaurant. The 1063 square-foot store is scheduled to open October 27, 2021, and will bring its locally made plant-based burgers, fries, and shakes to the Upper Mountain area.
“Our social media support from The Hammer is off the charts, and our food truck has always been a huge hit in the area, so we think this location will be enormously successful,” said James McInnes, Odd Burger co-founder and CEO. “With our first brick-and-mortar location here, everyone in town will now have access to guilt-free fast food.”
Odd Burger locations operate as compact smart kitchens for streamlined, easy takeout and delivery. Their advanced restaurant design uses the most modern on-demand cooking technology for a consistent food experience, quick service, low costs, and simplified employee training.
The vegan fast-food concept pioneer opened its first location in London, Ontario in 2016, and currently has five locations with 15 additional locations planned for the next year. Odd Burger recently initiated its west coast expansion through a franchise in Calgary, Alberta and is beginning its U.S. expansion by seeking a location in Manhattan.
Odd Burger manufactures 30 plant-based products used exclusively by its restaurant chain, allowing the company to keep costs down, while having complete control over product innovation.
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October 13, 2021 at 09:07PM