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TORONTO, October 13, 2021 // PRNewswire // – Odd Burger Corporation (TSXV: ODD) (OTCQB: GBLYF), one of the world’s first vegan fast food chains and the first to go public, announced today completed construction of its Odd Burger location in Hamilton, Ontario – its sixth restaurant. The 1,063-square-foot store is slated to open on October 27, 2021 and will bring its locally-made plant-based burgers, fries and shakes to the Upper Mountain area.
- Address: 920 Upper Wentworth Street Unit 5
- Soft opening: October 27
- Bestsellers: Crispy ChickUn (6.99), Famous Burger (6.99), Wingalings (7.99), Pretenders (7.99), Fries Supreme (5.99), Onion rings (4.89)
“Our social media support for The Hammer is off the charts, and our food truck has always been a huge hit in the region, so we believe this location will be a huge success,” said James McInnes, co-founder and CEO of The Hammer. ‘Odd Burger. “With our first brick and mortar location here, everyone in town will now have access to guilt-free fast food.”
Odd Burger locations function as compact smart kitchens for take-out and deliveries made simple and easy. Their advanced restaurant design uses the most modern on-demand cooking technology for a consistent dining experience, fast service, low costs, and simplified employee training.
The pioneer of the vegan fast food concept opened its first location in London, Ontario, in 2016, and currently has five locations with 15 additional locations slated for next year. Odd Burger recently launched its West Coast expansion through a franchise in Calgary, Alberta, and is starting its expansion in the United States by seeking a location in Manhattan.
Odd Burger manufactures 30 plant-based products used exclusively by its restaurant chain, which allows the company to control costs, while having full control over product innovation.
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