Carytown Burgers and Fries to add second location in Short Pump
Carytown Burgers and Fries plans to add a second restaurant in the Richmond market. The Breeden Co., developer of Towne Center West in the Short Pump corridor of Henrico County, said Monday that a West End location would open in the mixed-use center on West Broad Street in January 2015.
The 2,883-square-foot restaurant expects to hire 40 to 50 people.
Carytown Burgers and Fries restaurant first opened its doors in Carytown in 2001. That location has 30 employees.
It recently broke ground on an operation that will focus on the catering side of the business at 5404 Lakeside Ave. in Henrico County. Owner Michael Barber said catering will be run from that location with 25 employees. There will be a café up front for people to try menu items. The project is scheduled to open in late October.
At the new restaurant, Barber plans an outside patio and an area for curbside pickup. On the inside, there will be a sports bar space, a section for children and plenty of other space for indoor dining. The menu will be the same as at the Cary Street location.
The Breeden Co. is a Virginia Beach-based real estate services with three major subsidiaries: Breeden Property Management, Breeden Realty and Breeden Construction. They operate a combined portfolio of nearly 10,000 apartments units, more than 2 million square feet of retail and office space and 1,700 residential homes.