Queensland-born cult burger joint Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co. is expanding its empire yet again, announcing it will launch its second Melbourne outpost in Windsor this October.
Since opening the Shake Shack-style burger shop back in 2014, founder David Hales has turned his humble Noosa business into an Australian-wide favourite — having opened up shops in Brisbane, Sydney and one in Melbourne's CBD.
Famous not just for its no-frills, well-priced burgers (the Classic will only set you back a tenner), the "Concrete" side of its name refers to its popular custard ice cream dessert. Packed with the likes of banana pudding, toffee marshmallow and hot fudge, it isn't just your savoury stomach the Betty crew are looking after.
The new store will also have a packed drinks lineup, serving up boutique beers and local wines alongside soft drinks and its signature thick shakes.
The 1950s-inspired burger shack on Elizabeth Street often sees quite a crowd, of both burger lovers and shake fans, and Betty's Burgers hopes the Windsor store will be the same suggesting locals 'brace for large queues'.
We also suggest priming both stomachs, savoury and sweet, for its opening — it looks like you'll be needing both to tackle Betty's.
Betty's Burgers & Concrete Co is set to open its doors at 129-131 Chapel Street, Windsor this October.