burger drops toronto

Popular burger pop-up is finally opening a permanent location in Toronto

A much-hyped Toronto burger pop-up is finally getting a permanent physical location.

Burger Drops specializes in classic smash burgers and fries and has been operating on a mobile pop-up basis for about two years now, but the time has come for them to put down roots in Liberty Village.

"Liberty Village actually found us! We're fortunate to have friends who support us and can recommend great opportunities. Although we've smashed burgers from Leslieville to The Junction and everywhere in between, we loved the idea of a Liberty Village spot. It's convenient, experiences lots of foot traffic and we're surrounded by residents," says a spokesperson for the Burger Drops team.

"Riding off the success of our socially distanced pickups, securing a physical space was always the next move. As a pop-up, changing addresses week to week was a fun adventure that also had its challenges. Now with the Drop Shop, our team can focus all of our energy on the menu and providing an exceptional experience for our guests."  

The Drop Shop should be opening in September at 116 Atlantic Ave.

Lead photo by

@burgerdrops


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto restaurant owner calls out customers scamming delivery apps for free food

Tiny woman-run cafe on a side street in Toronto has closed its doors

These bagel boxes made near Toronto by a 27-year-old have been selling out in seconds

Ontario is about to get 30 locations of a famous west coast burger chain

LCBO stores across Ontario are now open on Mondays again

People in Toronto are loving these personalized Dunkaroos with a Mini Egg dip

Founder of Toronto's famous kitchen supply store Tap Phong dies at 100

Toronto tech entrepreneurs blasted after launching new recipe website