Fast Casual Chain To Host CURE Atlanta Fundraiser, First 100 Guests Get Swag.
Burger 21 has plans to open its second Georgia restaurant in Buckhead Monday, July 27, the fast casual franchise in a press release announced Monday.
To celebrate, the restaurant, at 4279 Roswell Road NE, Suite 206 in Chastain Square Shopping Center, will donate 10 percent of proceeds from the first week of business to CURE Atlanta. Additionally, Burger 21 will be giving away swag bags to the first 100 guests on opening day.
“We spent nearly 18 months searching for a new franchise partner. After dining at Burger 21 for the first time and becoming obsessed with the delicious flavor profiles of the food, we knew that the brand was the right choice for us,” Chris Bastecki, Burger 21 Buckhead franchisee, said in the release.
“Burger 21 has become our family’s favorite place to eat and we are confident the rest of Atlanta will enjoy the experience as much as we do.”
Bastecki and three of his six children, Chris, Alyssa, and Briana, will manage the restaurant’s daily operations. Bastecki and his family own and operate six Jimmy John’s locations in Gwinnett County.
The family recently signed a lease agreement for a second Burger 21 restaurant in Kennesaw, which is slated to open next year, and plans to develop a third restaurant of the burger concept in the market over the next few years.