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Our business

We’re a founder-led better burger brand founded in Portland in September 2010. Killer Burger has made its mark with its meticulously crafted and award-winning burgers that redefine the true American diner burger to the modern world. Each quality ingredient is layered on top of a perfectly seared patty to make each bite a clean bite and well-engineered burger experience. We believe that food has a heart and soul. And reviving the traditional burger while adding our own personal touch became our passion. The camaraderie and vibe of our crew is no secret to our regulars and we’re proud to know many of them by name.

Our Franchise Partners

At Killer Burger, we’re focused on making perfect burgers every time. We’re also in the business of sharing our proven business model with a select group of entrepreneurs who have a track record of success. We do that through multi-unit franchise development agreements. Our partners possess strong business acumen, experience in restaurant or retail store development and operations, an operator’s mindset, and substantial capital resources.

Our Markets

Our home is the Pacific Northwest and we’re actively growing our footprint of stores across WA, OR and ID. If you’re based here, we have some immediate opportunities available. We’re also interested in talking with you about developing Killer Burger stores in MT, WY, CO, NM, NV, ND, SD, NE, KS, MO, OK and TX. If you’d like to learn more, please reach out. We’ll get back in touch as soon as possible, normally within a few days if we see a fit.

  • What cities, towns, and markets are you interested in for KillerBurger development?
  • Describe your current and prior restaurant operating experience, including the number of units and their locations, any active franchise or development agreements you may have with other brands, and anything else you feel we should know about you to determine if there’s a fit.
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