Cheeseburger Bobby's plans Georgia expansion

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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Cheeseburger Bobby's is the latest gourmet burger concept to expand its territory.

ATLANTA – Cheeseburger Bobby's, a rising star in the gourmet burger segment, is aiming for a bigger piece of the fast-casual pie in Georgia.

Bob Stoll, president of the company, signed a real estate letter of intent to open a franchised restaurant in the Columbus Park area of Atlanta, with additional sites available in Warner Robins and Athens, Ga.
“My brother, Richard, and I have been in the restaurant business for many years, and we wanted to create a franchise concept where people could experience fast-casual dining at its best, and where the freshest ingredients and the most innovative menu were memorable lunch and dinner fare,” Stoll said.

Brothers Bobby and Richard Stoll founded Cheeseburger Bobby's in 2007. The chain currently includes nine restaurants in north Georgia — one corporate location and eight franchised stores.

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