Restaurant adds a 2nd location to its plate

The new Burger Bach at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village. (Photos by Michael Thompson)

The new Burger Bach at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village. (Photos by Michael Thompson)

Make it a double for a Carytown burger joint.

Inside the new eatery.

Inside the new eatery.

Burger Bach this week opened its new restaurant at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village.

The location, the second for Burger Bach and its co-owner Michael Ripp, had its grand opening Monday night.

Ripp opened the first Burger Bach (pronounced “batch”) in Carytown in early 2012 at 10 S. Thompson St. Dan Brantingham is co-owner in the new location.

Michael Ripp

Michael Ripp

Patrons of the new Burger Bach can expect the same grass-fed beef shipped from New Zealand and craft beer offered at the Carytown spot.

The new Burger Bach can seat 50 to 60 and will have only dinner service for about a month, after which it will begin serving lunch.

Ripp told BizSense in February that the startup costs for the new location would run between $400,000 and $800,000.

The new Burger Bach at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village. (Photos by Michael Thompson)

The new Burger Bach at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village. (Photos by Michael Thompson)

Make it a double for a Carytown burger joint.

Inside the new eatery.

Inside the new eatery.

Burger Bach this week opened its new restaurant at 2225 Old Brick Road in West Broad Village.

The location, the second for Burger Bach and its co-owner Michael Ripp, had its grand opening Monday night.

Ripp opened the first Burger Bach (pronounced “batch”) in Carytown in early 2012 at 10 S. Thompson St. Dan Brantingham is co-owner in the new location.

Michael Ripp

Michael Ripp

Patrons of the new Burger Bach can expect the same grass-fed beef shipped from New Zealand and craft beer offered at the Carytown spot.

The new Burger Bach can seat 50 to 60 and will have only dinner service for about a month, after which it will begin serving lunch.

Ripp told BizSense in February that the startup costs for the new location would run between $400,000 and $800,000.

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