A restaurant that serves burgers made from 100-percent ground beef, and offers hand-dipped milkshakes and more, today announced its newest Ohio location will open in Butler County.
The restaurant serves its cooked-to-order burgers as a single, classic double, triple and triple triple (nine) patty, and offers nine signature burgers.
But the Connecticut-based fast-casual franchise isn’t only about burgers. It also offers crispy, grilled chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers, turkey burgers, fresh salads and side dishes that include fries, onion rings and house-made chips.
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of our Wayback Burgers restaurant in West Chester,” local franchisee Nayim Aziz said in a statement. “We look forward to delivering excellent service and top notch burgers, fries, shakes and more in the West Chester area and beyond.”
The business will add about 14 new jobs to the local economy, company officials said.
John Eucalitto, president of Wayback Burgers, said the company is pleased to continue the expansion of the Wayback Burgers brand into Ohio with the announcement of the new Butler County restaurant.
“With steady debt-free growth, operations in 26 states and new locations opening at a rate of two per month, it’s an exciting time to be a part of the Wayback Burgers brand, and we wouldn’t be able to achieve this level of success without great franchise partners like Nayeem and his team,” Eucalitto said in a statement.
The new Wayback Burgers of West Chester will feature a warm, red barn board interior with white and stainless steel accents, modeled after the great American roadside burger joint, according to the company.
For more information, visit www.WaybackBurgers.com.
Founded in 1991, Wayback Burgers operates in 26 states with more than 120 locations nationally and internationally in Argentina, Brunei and Saudi Arabia. It plans to open in 33 countries in the Middle East, Northern Africa, Argentina, Pakistan and Alberta, Canada, along with pending agreements in Chile, Guatemala, Nigeria, India, Mumbai and Western Malaysia.
Thank you for reading the Journal-News and for supporting local journalism. Subscribers: log in for access to your daily ePaper and premium newsletters.
Thank you for supporting in-depth local journalism with your subscription to the Journal-News. Get more news when you want it with email newsletters just for subscribers. Sign up here.