Slater's 50/50 cheeseburger sitting on a table

Slater's 50/50

The patties are now available in-stores in the freezer section and will soon be sold via the Walmart website.

Slater’s 50/50 Launches Famous Burger Patties in Walmart Nationwide

Slater’s 50/50 has finalized an exclusive partnership with Walmart to bring its iconic 50/50 burgers to all 2,500-plus locations across the United States. The burger patties are made with 50 percent ground bacon and 50 percent ground beef. They will be sold in individual packages and are now available in-stores in the freezer section and will soon be sold via the Walmart website.

“The Slater’s 50/50 patty started a major craze when the restaurant first debuted in 2009, and we’re proud to finally bring this beloved bacon-infused burger patty to homes across the United States,” says Michael Nakhleh, CEO of Elite Restaurant Group, which owns Slater’s 50/50. “Making this product available nationwide has been a focus of the brand since day one, and we finally found the perfect partners in Walmart who recognize this product’s limitless potential. We plan to expand Slater’s product offerings to include even more fan-favorite menu items in the near future.” 

Built on a passion for all things burgers, bacon, and beer, Slater’s 50/50 is known for creating over-the-top, unpredictable, and uniquely ‘slaterized’ menu offerings that combine everyday ingredients in a never-before-seen way. The menu stars a variety of award-winning burgers like the Original 50/50, ice cream-topped PB & Jellousy, and Best Damn Bacon Cheeseburger, plus loaded flatbreads, appetizers, desserts, and tons of craft beers on tap. 

Slater’s 50/50 operates 11 restaurants in California, Nevada, Texas, and Hawaii, and has 7 restaurants being built and in development across the country. The restaurant concept is owned by Elite Restaurant Group, a multi-concept operator focused on fostering growth for emerging restaurant chains, which plans to aggressively grow the Slater’s 50/50 brand across the U.S. in the next few years.

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