The Burger’s Priest could possibly be open by the end of this year. Owner Shant Mardirosian tells us that he has signed a deal on a new location in the King and Spadina area, but still has to look into permit issues to make sure that the city will allow him to build a restaurant in that spot.">

The Burger’s Priest signs a deal on a west-end location


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Toronto’s most buzz-worthy burger joint is at it again with the announcement that a new west-end location of The Burger’s Priest could possibly be open by the end of this year. Owner Shant Mardirosian tells us that he has signed a deal on a new location in the King and Spadina area, but still has to look into permit issues to make sure that the city will allow him to build a restaurant in that spot.

Mardirosian is vague about the hurdles he’s facing in opening his third location, saying only, “It’s going to be a tricky build.” He’s pretty much certain, though, that he’ll be able to get through any red tape and says that if all goes smoothly, the new restaurant will likely be open by December.

It will be interesting to see how this plays out, especially considering that the King and Spadina area has not been all that hamburger-friendly as of late.

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