It celebrates the launch by serving up 3,011 burgers at only $1 each as a nod to the area’s postcode, 3011.
According to a release, the new restaurant is inspired by the skate life and the true essence of the Footscray area, with a feature wall painted by local young artist, Shaniah Fernandes. Designed by Studio Y, the Skate-inspired decor will include an upside-down skate bowl on the ceiling, skate rails for lights and a half pipe for the main seating area.
Huxtaburger's CEO Matt Fickling said, “The Footscray store marks the first of many, where Huxtaburger will incorporate “hyper-local” elements within its restaurants to embody its local environment. The Huxtalife isn’t about the “cookie cutter” approach, so we’re excited to see the brand refresh and a new direction for Huxtaburger to come to life.”
The Footscray store in Melbourne opened on the 2nd of December.
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