Lone Star Burger Ranch opens doors to public

September 10, 2012 by  

There is a new kid in town and its name is Lone Star Burger Ranch. The new restaurant opened last Tuesday, September 4, and is located where the former Denny’s restaurant was at 20410 Devonshire Street in Chatsworth, which is just northwest of Northridge.

The family-owned business has been undergoing remodeling since May. Becky Owens and Jeff Biscamp dreamed up the idea for the Lone Star Burger Ranch and took on the construction and remodeling plans themselves. Owens has former experience with restaurant operations, having operated a Steak & Ale restaurant, as well as a variety of pizza and Italian eateries. She is currently the publisher and owner of Antelope Valley Magazine. Biscamp, meanwhile, was in charge of the interior design of Lone Star Burger Ranch and completed the gutting and reconstruction of the building.

Many new restaurants opening in a community will utilize the services of local print companies for banner printing to announce special promotions or grand opening events. Flyer printing or poster printing might also help new restaurants advertise to the community before opening the doors.

Chefs Allen Rodrigues and Julius Dunn diligently prepare half-pound Lone Star burgers made from certified Angus beef. Each burger is infused with a choice of flavors, including Worcestershire sauce, steak sauce, BBQ, Italian dressing, and ranch. Not only does this allow the flavor to seep through the beef, it also eliminates the chances of a soggy mess on the bun. The sit-down restaurant offers a large variety of half-pound burgers, as well as a kids’ menu.