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Melbourne-based Burgertory opens in Chapel Street, eyes national expansion

The new outlet is their fourth in the last six months.

Melbourne-based fast food chain Burgertory announced its latest store in the city, opening in Chapel Street.

This is their tenth overall store, and their fourth in the last six months. At least two more stores are in the pipeline for 2021.

“This is the future, we want people to be able to visit us wherever they are. We are a family-owned, all inclusive business and want everyone who visits to feel at home and to feel like there's something special on the menu,” founder and CEO Hash Tayeh said in a statement.

“We are creating employment, stimulating the economy and keeping people happy, which is so important, especially during this time.”

"To say we're excited is an understatement, this is only the beginning, look out for what's to come with more exciting burger concepts, national expansion, fun events and maybe even a few burgers for all," Tayeh added.

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