Metro Atlanta-based Burger Chain to Open Augusta Location Next Week
A burger joint that got its start in metro Atlanta is preparing to open a location in Augusta next week.
Cheeseburger Bobby’s, a Kennesaw-based restaurant that was founded by brothers Bob Stoll and Richard Stoll in 2007, will officially open on Bobby Jones Expressway on Monday, Jan. 8, according to the franchise owner Reagan Williams.
The restaurant was initially expected to open in 2016, but development was delayed in construction. The burger joint is housed in a new building that was erected after the one that housed pizza joint Stevi B’s (also owned by Bob Stoll) was torn down in 2015. The 2,400-square-foot building is located in front of Lowe’s and Urban Outfitters.
Cheeseburger Bobby’s has continuously opened new locations throughout Georgia and Alabama over the last decade and currently has 15 locations between those two states. The burger joint has gained appeal among southerners in recent years with its build-your-own-burger bar, which offers a variety of toppings, sauces and french fry seasonings.
The new restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating to accommodate nearly 100 people and features roll-up garage doors that can be opened in mild weather.
“It’s possible we could even do outdoor music,” Williams said.
Cheeseburger Bobby’s is located at 212 Bobby Jones Expy.