Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar is introducing its award-winning, chef-driven burgers to Chattanooga, Tennessee, on April 2
Located at 1924 Gunbarrel Road, Bad Daddy’s will host its official grand opening the following day Tuesday, April 3, at 10:30 a.m. with a ceremonial burger and ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Bad Daddy’s CEO Boyd Hoback, Director of Operations Mike Maloney, and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce.
“This is a huge moment for the entire Bad Daddy’s family, to break into the Tennessee market and introduce the people of Chattanooga—and all across South East Tennessee—to our insanely delicious, award-winning burgers,” says District Manager Nick Leach. “We’ve earned a distinctive reputation in the burger world for the unique culinary passion we put into our hamburgers, and we can’t wait to share this passion with the everyone in the area. We have assembled an awesome team and we’re all looking forward to becoming an integral part of the local community.”
Before Monday’s opening, Chattanooga’s new Bad Daddy’s will host an invitation-only VIP dinner on Saturday, March 31, during which donations will be collected for the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults. A check presentation will be made to the Partnership during Tuesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar is committed to sourcing local and fresh ingredients whenever possible, supporting nearby businesses with interests in the local culinary marketplace. The Denver-based restaurant is renowned for its signature gourmet burgers, such as the Bacon Cheeseburger on Steroids and the Bad Ass Burger. The flavorful menu also features giant chopped salads, specialty sides, appetizers and handspun milkshakes. The restaurant offers a full gluten-friendly menu and regional chef specials that incorporate local flavors and ingredients, along with a full bar offering an array of craft microbrew beers from regional breweries.
When the Chattanooga restaurant opens, it will be the 28th Bad Daddy’s system-wide, with other locations throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Georgia and Colorado.
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