TORONTO — The newest outpost of vegan fast-food chain, Odd Burger, will open mid-August, bringing the chain’s total to four locations, with two additional restaurants set to open soon.
The company’s Waterloo and Hamilton, Ont. locations are set to open August and September, respectively. All new stores incorporate the new Odd Burger branding and restaurant design.
“I appreciate our team for their dedication and hard work opening these new locations, especially considering the obstacles created by the pandemic,” says James Mclnnes, co-founder and CEO of Odd Burger. “We have essentially tripled our footprint compared to just a few months ago, and the result is we’ve dramatically expanded the availability of plant-based food that is healthier, more humane and more sustainable than typical fast-food options.”
By this time next year, Odd Burger plans to open 20 more locations, including a flagship restaurant in Manhattan.