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Balls Out Burger Expands With New Food Truck

The brick-and mortar is hitting the road with burgers, fries, and milkshakes

Courtesy Balls Out Burger

Just over six months since launching the brick-and-mortar at 1603 North Durham Drive, Balls Out Burger owner Ian Tucker is going mobile with his burgers, fries, and milkshakes.

Balls Out Burger’s first food truck is set to hit the road soon, bringing the restaurant’s burgers to neighborhoods in need of more lunch options. Plans are to hit up high-trafficked office areas for the weekday lunch rush and parks on weekends. Balls Out Burger made a name for itself not only with its questionable moniker, which caused an uproar on social media before the restaurant even opened, but also with its pared-down menu and no-frills burger offerings.

Tucker, a native Irishman, told CultureMap that in his home country the name has little to do with indecent exposure (contrary to popular belief) and more to do with going all out, “[putting] 150 percent into it... and just go balls out to achieve it,” he said back in June.

For diners interested in tracking the Balls Out Burger truck, Tucker plans to post updates on the truck’s whereabouts to the restaurant’s social media channels.