Fat Patties Burger & Beer is bringing Baltimore the new “it” spot in the McHenry Row shopping center.
On Monday, Oct. 3, the new burger and beer concept will open its first-ever location at 1724 Whetstone Way in Baltimore. Doors open at 11 a.m., but guests will want to arrive early as the concept is celebrating by giving away a free Patties Classic Burger with fries to the first 50 people in line from open to noon.
Fat Patties will feature an arcade, a tap wall with local brews, 10 cocktails on tap, and monster milkshakes. Plus, a menu containing different variations of the classic smashburger, with each combination even better than the previous. And, to top it all off, Fat Patties is going where no other burger concept has gone before by frying their Tallow French Fries in 100% beef fat.
“We’re thrilled to introduce this exciting new concept to the Baltimore community,” says Fat Patties creator and founder Kevin Curley. “Fat Patties is the product of my inspirations from the smashburger craze of the 1970s, and I wanted to create a space that takes guests back to those familiar tastes and times through amazing food, monster milkshakes, and great beers and cocktails. We can’t wait to open our doors and mark the first-ever Fat Patties!”
Baltimore’s new Fat Patties will be open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday. When Fat Patties opens, it will mark the brand’s first location systemwide, with more expected to open in the coming years.
Fat Patties was created under the Founder Growth Platform (FGP). The Founder Growth Platform seeks to invest and support talented founders with the ability to build world class brands. FGP is a subsidiary of ITA Group Holdings, LLC — a hospitality holding company that includes the Greene Turtle and Clark Crew Barbeque.