Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, a scratch kitchen serving premium angus burgers and quintessential American fare, will open a 4,107-square-foot restaurant at the Times Plaza mixed-use development in Fall of 2019!
“Simply put, Bad Daddy’s elevates the standard beer and burger to a whole new level,” said Amy Nedwell, director of marketing for Bad Daddy’s. “We are a high-intensity scratch kitchen serving chef-driven menu options made to customer specifications. Best of all, we have something for everyone because we go beyond beef. Our appetizers, salads and veggie burgers have won us much praise, and we make sure Bad Daddy’s has something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.”
“By far, our most popular menu item is the Create-Your-Own burger or salad option,” said Nedwell. “We have more than 60 options that patrons can pick and choose to create the perfect burger or salad, in addition to our signature selections on the menu. Actually, the team has calculated well over a million options with the different ingredients we have.”
Everything at Bad Daddy’s, from the music selection to décor, is carefully chosen to create an exciting experience for guests. Classic rock tunes combined with guitars, old road signs, records and neon give it a family-friendly “grunge” feel that pairs perfectly with its towering entrees. The team at Bad Daddy’s said Times Plaza is the ideal launch pad for entering the Alabama market.
Local beers will be available on tap at the Times Plaza location, as well as a signature cocktail menu. There’s even a selection of adult milkshakes and a Happy Hour menu that’s available daily. Kids are also welcome to treat themselves thanks to a children’s menu featuring sliders, hot dogs, grilled cheese, tenders and more.
When it opens in September, it will be the first Bad Daddy’s in Alabama and 37th system-wide. The new 4,100-square-foot restaurant is currently seeking up to 100 team members for all of its hourly positions. To complete the interview process, interested candidates can visit the hiring center located in Timez Plaza. If hired, applicants will need two forms of ID to complete the onboarding process.
“This is a huge moment for the entire Bad Daddy’s family, to break into the Alabama market and introduce the people of Huntsville to our insanely delicious, award-winning burgers,” said CEO Boyd Hoback. “We’ve earned a distinctive reputation in the burger world for the unique culinary passion we put into our hamburgers, and we can’t wait to share this passion with the everyone in the area. The new restaurant is in a great location, just west of Huntsville High School, so the next step is to hire an awesome team to join us in serving the community.”
Bad Daddy’s Huntsville will embrace elements of design tailored towards its new community, such as artwork from Olivia Reed, a local photographer. Located on the restaurant’s “truck door,” locals might recognize the piece, which features the Harrison Brothers Hardware store.
Bad Daddy’s currently has 35 locations throughout Colorado, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar is committed to sourcing local and fresh ingredients whenever possible, supporting nearby businesses with interests in the local culinary marketplace. The Denver-based restaurant is renowned for its signature gourmet burgers, such as the Bacon Cheeseburger on Steroids and the Bad Ass Burger. The flavorful menu also features giant chopped salads, specialty sides, appetizers and handspun milkshakes. The restaurant offers a full gluten-friendly menu and regional chef specials that incorporate local flavors and ingredients, along with a full bar offering an array of craft microbrew beers from regional breweries.
Courtesy Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate and Bad Daddy Burgers