West Hollywood might be one of the most famous neighborhoods in LA, but it’s still a place where the humble burger and fries is well appreciated. Whether you are strolling down the Sunset Strip or shopping on Robertson Boulevard, you can stop and ask practically anyone if they have eaten a burger before and the answer will be yes. Whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, black or white, the simple burger unites us all. Now West Hollywood is about to get a chance to try the world famous Burgerim burgers at a location on Sunset Boulevard.
Burgerim has completely transformed the hum-ho fast food burger by giving the entire concept a facelift. The US-based franchise takes a gourmet approach to burgers with mouthwatering options like dry aged beef, lamb, and salmon burgers. Toppings like sunny side eggs, juicy pineapple, and avocado give ordinary burgers a touch of something extra special and best of all, each burger is made just the way you like it. Choose your bun, burger patty, and toppings and mix and match to your heart’s content. That’s the Burgerim way and West Hollywood can’t wait to embrace it.
This fast-growing franchise has already launched locations in California cities like Auburn, Azusa, Glendale, and Los Angeles in Hollywood with incredible success. This year, West Hollywood will join the ranks with a new Burgerim that is expected to be a favorite stop off for people from all walks of life.
West Hollywood foodies take the task of trying new restaurants seriously and they are typically harsh critics. The new franchise will have to really dazzle to impress these hard-core food fans. Fortunately, Burgerim’s fast casual dining model seems to be drawing rave reviews all over the world and people can’t get enough to the bite size burger concept that first put this franchise on the map.
Burgerim’s debut in West Hollywood will place the restaurant among the ranks of other popular attractions like the countless music venues that line the busy strip on Sunset Boulevard. This area holds some of the best parts of the LA lifestyle. From the long-standing indie book shop that has drawn long lines since the 1970’s to the West Hollywood Public Library that features a café on the ground floor and incredible views of Hollywood Hills, there’s always something exciting to see and do in this part of LA.
Night life in Los Angeles is equally exciting. The Abbey has become a West Hollywood hub for the bar crowd and tourists. Burgerim is expected to also be a busy stop off for the late night crowd because what’s better than grabbing burgers after a night of partying at the club with friends?
Ultimately, Burgerim is going to be a perfect addition to the smattering of restaurants and cafes that currently occupy the Sunset Strip. The casual atmosphere and laid back vibe will be a common ground that everyone can enjoy whether they’re pausing from combing upscale shops or taking a quick break from touring art galleries and museums.