While we’re not short of burger options in Manchester, a hit US chain is about to land in the city, opening up four branches. MrBeast Burger has over 1000 branches in North America, Canada and Europe, and is now expanding into the UK.
The business is a delivery-only set up, so the four kitchens in Greater Manchester will be situated in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Bury, Cheadle and Hyde.
“You asked, we answered. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to open more UK locations outside of London, and it finally happened! It’s time to nosh up a burger and chips at your closest #britishbeastburger location,” the company said in a tweet.
The burger flippers will also be opening a host of other locations across the UK, including Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool and Warrington. The burgers will be available to order via Deliveroo and Uber Eats, or for pick-up.
MrBeast Burger has undertaken a staggering expansion across the world, having only started out in December of 2020. The concept was created by YouTuber MrBeast, aka 23-year-old Kansas-born Jimmy Donaldson.
He began posting videos under the name MrBeast6000 aged 13, and has since become one of the most popular online broadcasters on the platform with almost 100 million subscribers, often giving away huge sums of money in ‘challenges’.
The menu from the MrBeast Burger will include various burgers, obviously, as well as loaded friends and a Nashville Hot chicken sandwich. A ‘combo’ meal, with crinkle fries and a drink will set you back £10.99, and the same for the Nashville Hot.