Holy Chuck is bringing its outrageous burgers to suburban Vaughan

Holy Chuck is bringing its outrageous burgers to suburban Vaughan

Holy-Chuck-Toronto-Burgers The Hawg (Image: Holy Chuck)
 

Toronto is crammed with craft burgers. Joints like the wildly popular Burger’s Priest and The Rude Boy on Roncesvalles are opening all over, Hero Certified Burgers are seemingly ubiquitous and, of course, the city’s more ambitious restaurants are serving ultra-artisanal versions with double-digit price tags. Holy Chuck, known for its stunt burgers, like a six-patty, six-cheese, three-bacon monstrosity, is the first gourmet shop to venture to the suburbs. The restaurant’s second location opens at Hwy 7 and Pine Valley Drive on the Canada Day long weekend, serving the same ridiculous burger bombs as the original Summerhill spot. The room is twice the size and has a drive-through, though we don’t recommend trying to eat the famed Cowlorie at the wheel: it requires two hands and a full stack of napkins to clean up each grease-unleashing bite.