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The Northern Invasion Continues: Best-O-Burger Signs L.A. Lease

The Northern Invasion Continues: Best-O-Burger Signs L.A. Lease

Photo: Best-O-Burger

Two trends we're seeing on the rise in L.A--NorteƱo chefs coming to SoCal and restaurants with "burger" in their names--will come together with Best-O-Burger, whose owner Stephen Weber tells S.F. Chronicle that he's signed a lease in L.A.. Apparently, BOB specializes, or specialized, in Creekstone Angus sliders and 1/3 pounders, with Grub Street San Fran reporting that the city's locations have actually closed while a more ambitious space is under-way. Taking a look at the chain's website, we notice a fairly similar color scheme between Best-O-Burger and that Juicy Burger we discovered in Hollywood last week which also has potential Bay Area roots. Might our sneaky Northern neighbors be throwing extra-hyphy red herring our way? If not, is L.A. big enough for two 'Frisco burger chains? Possibly, and as long as they promise to keep those nasty burritos to themselves.

Best-O-Burger Shutters [Grub Street San Francisco]
Earlier: Hollywood's Getting a Juicy Burger [Grub Street L.A.]

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