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Four Peaks holding drive for teacher supplies
Smashburger will open its 14th location at 2904 S. Santan Village Parkway in Gilbert on July 2.
Our radar is blinking with a smattering of new eateries set to open in the East Valley.
1342 S. Alma School Road or 1650 S. Stapley Road
(800) 786-1000 or in-n-out.com
Either there’s still caché to the “Not-so-secret Menu” or the many other similarly-styled fast-food burger joints which have sprouted around the nation and the East Valley in the past five years still have catching up to do. Find a good thing and stick with it, right? The options are burgers, fries and shakes, so quality doesn’t suffer when the repertoire is intentionally limited.
Second Place (tie)
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
1902 S. Val Vista Drive, (480) 539-2773 or 1229 Power Road Suite 110, (480) 807-7967
2837 N. Power Road Suite 102
(480) 268-9930 or smashburger.com
The HUB Grill & Bar
1925 S. Sossaman Road
(480) 718-5540 or hubgrill.com
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Four Peaks is in the midst of an annual two-week fundraising drive to provide area teachers with a sufficient amount of school supplies for the coming year.
There is some exciting news for northeast Mesa. Smashburger has opened at 2837 N. Power Road.
The hamburger searing process is what puts the “smash” in Smashburger.
Here’s how my actual Get Out notebook — the used, abused, doodle-covered notepad I throw on the floorboards, shove into six different purses a week and rifle through like a madwoman — actually reads:
Smashburger, a Denver-based burger chain, opens its first Arizona location Wednesday on College Avenue north of University Drive next to Arizona State University.
If the recession is hurting the Valley’s restaurant industry, it’s not readily apparent at Joe’s Farm Grill in Gilbert. More than a dozen customers are standing in line to place their orders at the window of the retro-looking burger stand on Wednesday night. Outside on the grassy grounds, picnic tables are filled with families devouring hamburgers, hot dogs and milkshakes.