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Popular Toronto burger pop-up opening permanent physical location

A burger pop-up that's experienced lots of popularity is now finally opening their very own permanent physical restaurant.

Burger JABS has become known for their smash burgers, serving them at festivals like Street Eats Market and the Eats Night Market, starting out doing pop-ups in a backyard.

Over the Easter long weekend they posted on social media saying, "We are excited to share we've found the spot," meaning a permanent physical storefront for the brand.

Their simplistic menu of burgers, double burgers and cheeseburgers with house pickles typically starts at $7. They also do lechon fries topped with crispy pork belly, and "mac fries" topped with an entire Burger Jabs patty. JABS stands for "Just Another Burger Spot."

They've been operating on a preorder and pickup basis, with people placing orders via DM. 

"We had such an awesome time at our 10x10 tent smashing burgers and meeting so many new people that we knew we wanted a permanent location to do what we love," Burger JABS chef and owner Janrikk Millan tells blogTO. "We spent the majority of the fall and winter looking for the perfect space."

Now, their new permanent spot will be located at 630 St. Clair Ave. W. and has a target opening date of Victoria Day long weekend.

Their classic burger and cheeseburger will both definitely be on the menu, they're continuing to make their own pickles, and it's possible their lechon fries and taro chips may make an appearance at some point. They'll be introducing salad to the menu at the new location with options like a kale salad and an iceberge wedge.

"Since announcing we've found our spot, we've got a lot of DMs, texts, and calls from people sharing the same excitement as us," says Millan.

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