Bomburger Dropping on SoCal

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Eternally dropping bombs on Bomburger's momz Photo: Joyosity via Flickr

Chronic Tacos might not have made it back to West L.A. after their summer shutter, but Rob Sleehoff, who owns Chron locations in Corona del Mar and Huntington Beach, has a new burger venture slated to open today in H.B. called Bomburger. A menu hasn't made it to their website, which looks to have been "inspired" by Shepard Fairey, with two-times the befuddled artistic intent. The Soviet-era lettering bares a bomb icon in the letter "O," while above it a double-double is targeted by a flashing red and white border that scarily resembles the flag of a certain country the U.S. nuked. Ai! While we wait to see if burgers come in "Fat Man" and "Little Boy" sizes, Fast Food Maven confirms that this Bomb is dropping a limited menu concept similar to the burgers and shakes at In-N-Out, with similar aspirations to build a SoCal chain, but with a twist of serving breakfast. Bomburger's sights are set on Costa Mesa and Newport next.

Update: Bomburger opens Friday, menu like In-N-Out [Fast Food Maven/OC Register]