Greenville to become home to American Roadside Burgers

February 7, 2013 by  

American Roadside Burgers, based in Charlotte, recently announced that it had broken ground for a new location of its restaurants on the corner of South Irvine Street and East McBee Avenue in downtown Greenville.

Previously, there was a service station on the site but it had to be demolished as it was not considered suitable to be renovated into a restaurant. This restaurant will be the first new free standing one that the company has of all its restaurants.

According to the CEO of American Roadside Burgers, Rich LaVecchia, this is a good location for the restaurant as it is not only close to the Main Street of Greenville but is also close to many residential neighborhoods.

Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine is the company that is developing the site and the restaurant will be built by Zirkelbach Construction Company. Both are located in Greenville.

American Roadside Burgers features beef burgers made from premium Sterling Silver brand beef, chicken wings, various sandwiches, and side items such as onion rings, French fries, macaroni and cheese, and a house-made coleslaw. Desserts on offer at the eatery include milkshakes, ice cream, and their house specialty Lugnuts, which are warm doughnuts covered with powdered sugar.

Most likely flyer printing and poster printing are being used to make those in Greenville aware of this new location so that they will want to savor the specialties of American Roadside Burgers. It is expected to open sometime in the Spring.