Queensland-born cult burger joint Betty's Burgers is expanding its empire yet again, announcing it will launch its third and fourth Sydney outposts later this year.
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 shop in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. The chain opened its first Sydney store in Darling Harbour last year and its second Sydney store in Castle Hill only last week, as part of Castle Towers' huge new food precinct.
The new northern beaches store will swing open its doors at Manly Wharf in October, as part of the wharf's $9 million makeover, opening next to the likes of Rockpool Dining Group's Fratelli Fresh and Sake. In the east, Betty's Burgers will launch at Bondi Junction the following month.
You can expect the same menu of the Angus beef classic, southern fried chicken, pork belly and crispy fried mushroom burgers, along with Betty's signature 'concretes'. For the uninitiated, these are frozen custard shakes with your choice of mix-ins, including peanut butter brittle, hot fudge doughnut and lemon raspberry cheesecake.
Betty's Burgers is slated to open at Manly Wharf in October and at Bondi Junction in November. Keep an eye on its website for updates.