Burguesa Burger Signs Agreement To Open Six More Stores in Rio Grande Valley

Burguesa Burger Signs Agreement To Open Six More Stores in Rio Grande Valley

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Burguesa Burger Signs Agreement To Open Six More Stores in Rio Grande Valley

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Burguesa Burger founder Jeff Sinelli stands outside the original Burguesa Burger.

As part of an overall growth strategy to expand into U.S.-Mexico border towns, Burguesa Burger Franchise Inc. has signed a deal with Eddie Burger, LLC, to open six more restaurants in the Rio Grande Valley. Eddie Burger president Nicky Runnels operates the Burguesa Burger in McAllen, the first Burguesa outside of Dallas-Fort Worth. 

Burguesa Burger uses Mexican brands, products, and ingredients — from buns to beverages — which helped institutionalize the concept.

“The community and neighborhood have been great supporters of our restaurant,” says owner Nicky Runnels, who was born and raised in McAllen and whose family has been in business in the Rio Grande Valley for three generations. “Burguesa Burger represents something different for those craving a great burger while satisfying the taste profiles of our market. There are many unique qualities of this concept — from the special sauce and spicy fries to Burguesa Burger’s cane-sugar sodas. We pride ourselves on what we do differently from other burger restaurants. We look forward to expanding in the Rio Grande Valley and hope to open our second store within the next few months.”

 “I’m stoked that Nicky is going to lead our expansion in the Rio Grande Valley,” says Burguesa Burger founder Jeff Sinelli. “Nicky is a patient, diligent young businessman with strong ties to the McAllen community and surrounding areas. He learned how to run a successful business from his father, and that pedigree will ensure his success. Now that he’s picked the right racehorse — Burguesa Burger — he’ll be first to the finish line.”

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