Hwy 55 Burgers Opening Palm City Location on December 12
Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries is bringing its All-American, retro-themed diner to Palm City, Florida. The new restaurant, the third South Florida location, will open on December 12 and will employ 60 new team members.
With the new restaurant located on 3027 Martin Downs Blvd., shoppers, residents and visitors to Palm City will experience an inviting dining experience with fresh, never-frozen burgers, premium sliced cheesesteaks piled high on steamed hoagies, and frozen custard made in-house every day. With its open-grill design, the kitchen's dedication and care when handcrafting meals is front and center.
"We are very excited to open our third Hwy 55 in South Florida and bring good times and great food to the fine folks in Palm City,” says Lonnie Mister, franchise owner for the Palm City restaurant. “We felt like this area with its strong community values is the perfect fit for our family-centric restaurant and the 50’s retro theme.” As part of the master franchise agreement, Hwy 55 is planning to open 50 other locations in the Florida area in the next 10 years.
While celebrating its 26th year in business, Hwy 55 has sold the rights to more than 1,000 franchise locations around the world. Hwy 55 has also signed franchise agreements for Texas, West Virginia, Louisiana, Kentucky and southern Indiana and Virginia in the past year. The brand plans to open approximately 25 locations in 2018.
“I founded Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries 25 years ago, to provide something that I felt was missing: great food, friendly service and honest value,” says Hwy 55 president Kenney Moore, who flipped every burger himself for the brand’s first two years of business. “Those principles continue today at all of our restaurants and we will look forward to treating more people in Palm City and other areas in this great state in the coming years."
In keeping with Hwy 55’s continued mission to give back to the communities it enters, Hwy 55’s Andy’s Charitable Foundation and Palm City owner Lonnie Mister will donate 10 percent of sales from the restaurant’s first three days to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Andy’s Charitable Foundation is Hwy 55’s most visible commitment to community involvement.