Popular food truck Craft Burger has announced that it will open a new permanent location at the forthcoming Railway Heights development on Washington Avenue.
The mobile burger destination announced its plans to expand to Railway Heights via an Instagram post on Friday. Craft Burger is the third restaurant announced for the forthcoming development, which will also be home to outposts of The Grove Do-Nutz and its fellow food truck and Brazilian eatery Churrasco.
As Eater reported last month, Railway Heights will host nearly two dozen food vendors, which means that announcements like these will continue to flood in throughout the coming months. Once it opens at 8200 Washington Avenue, Railway Heights will boast a massive 22,860 square foot space, along with an equally sprawling 13,000 square foot outdoor beer garden.
Craft Burger owner Shannen Tune is clearly in expansion mode. This is Craft Burger’s second food hall location, joining an outpost that is set to open at Downtown’s Finn Hall later this year. At Finn Hall, the growing burger chain will join a Vietnamese eatery called Sit Lo and a Korean restaurant named Yong.
Railway Heights is expected to arrive sometime in Spring 2019. Stay tuned for more details on the development’s vendors.