FutureStarr

Fat Burger OR

Fat Burger OR

Fat Burger

Fat Burger

Fat Burger

via GIPHY

If you want to be successful as a company, you need to be aware that you’ll need to both internally, and externally, communicate your value.

Fat

Fatburger Inc. is an American fast casual restaurant chain. Its tagline is The Last Great Hamburger Stand. While it is a fast food restaurant, the food is cooked and made to order. Some Fatburger restaurants have liquor licenses as well as Fat Bars. Its franchise headquarters are in Beverly Hills, California. In addition to the United States, the chain operates in 19 other countries. The Fatburger menu is centered primarily on hamburgers, offering various sizes and numbers of patties, along with add-ons such as cheese, bacon and eggs.

Fat Burgers brand stands for: the highest quality ingredients, an exceptional “smashing” culinary technique, modern, inspired curated recipes and menu variety that satisfies virtually all occasions and situations. From our fresh, never frozen 100% Certified organic grass fed prime Beef that’s smashed, seasoned, and seared on the grill to our butter-toasted artisan buns and quality cheeses, toppings, and sauces, the delicious taste of a Fat Burgers defines what a great burger should be… and you are one bite away from believing! (Source: fatburgers.co.uk)

Burger

Fat Bar Las Vegas, the first Fatburger location with a fully stocked bar, is designed to entertain guests 24/7, 365 days a year. Founded in 2011, Fat Bar Las Vegas has become one of the hottest spots on the Las Vegas Strip to enjoy signature cocktails and some of the best people-watching out there. The restaurant features the classic Fatburger menu of various sized 100% USDA custom burgers, chicken burgers, turkey burgers, veggie burgers, Impossible vegan burgers; their famous sides of chili cheese fries, and daily fresh onion rings that can’t be beaten. Fat Bar also offers a large signature drink menu with tasty cocktails such as the “Vegas Vacation” and “Bloody Fat Mary.”

If you've been following our Reality Check series, you know that I harbor few soft spots for the hard-as-hockey puck burgers that are served by most fast food chains. I didn't grow up waiting, breath bated, for my Happy Meal. For a fat kid like me, every meal was happy. That misfortune of my genes along with the good fortune of growing up in New York City during the '70s and '80s meant that fast food didn't mean a chain restaurant. Chinese from Hunan Balcony, Greek diner burgers from The Argo, and, of course, pizza from, well, everywhere—these were the quick eats I lingered over. (Source: www.seriouseats.com)

 

Related Articles