It looks like an Oakville burger war is about to go down.
A hot-yet-casual dining experience is on tap … it’s creative and fun, much like a very nearby competitor.
It started in Winnipeg, made its way to the west Greater Toronto Area (first in Burlington — Hamilton’s Ottawa St. location opened last month) and it’s finally coming to O-Town.
Boon Burger Cafe – which proves you don’t necessarily need meat to create a phenomenally satisfying meal – is opening a location in the Fortino’s plaza at Dundas St. and Neyagawa Blvd.
That’s in Vegebitez territory — this means the ever-popular vegan movement is only going to gain traction in town.
Boon Burger currently has a downtown Burlington location, where their Cowboy burger is the top seller.
Dude, it’s beyond delicious.
Made from scratch, burgers are handmade, grilled, baked, and served on a whole wheat bun.
New items have recently been introduced to the menu, including a round – not square – bun, poutine, and pizza.
This Canadian chain, or “world’s first vegan burger cafe,” has mastered selling plant-based junk food for the masses.
Hot sauce and other (less important) condiments are already on the table, surrounded by a massive roll of brown paper towels.
Full of farm animals, the environment is quirky; friendly staff wear black T-shirts reading ‘boonivore’ on the back.
Boon Burger has also scored bragging rights for Novemburger — that’s an annual burger festival which raises money for the United Way of Halton & Hamilton.
We’ll keep you posted with opening details as they become available.