Attention Mississauga burger fans: you’re on the Burger’s Priest’s radar
Burger’s Priest owner Shant Mardirosian was on Insauga.com Radio last week talking burgers in general and the burger scene in Mississauga in particular (he also endorsed Grand Electric as having the best tacos in Toronto). Near the end, when one of the hosts asked him if he had anything to plug, Mardirosian replied:
Burger’s Priest Mississauga. Soon! I think within a year-and-a-half…. I am fully convinced. It’s just a matter of logistics. I’m just tightening up the zone first, and then we’ll get out there real quick. It’s on my radar, very soon.
As for his upcoming third Toronto location, Mardirosian was fairly tight-lipped, mentioning only that it’s “in the King-Spadina area.” [Insauga]
4 thoughts on “Attention Mississauga burger fans: you’re on the Burger’s Priest’s radar”
over rated hype machine
This would be a great move. Snauga needs something besides all the chain restos. If they make this move placed in the right location(Port Credit,Central. Good luck.
As someone who actually does live in Port Credit, I can tell you that most burger chains that have come down here have been complete failures. We already have an oversaturation of souvlaki restaurants (blatant plug for Souvlaki Port Credit, cough), pizza and Thai. The last time a burger joint (The Shack) opened up in P.C., it was gone within a year.
Sadly, I just don’t think P.C. lends itself to burgers. Dundas near Dixie or up at the City Centre would work well – maybe give C&Dubbs some competition.
Hey TL have we nothing better than sloppy burgers to promote in this splendid city of ours?
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