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Chanticleer Holdings Provides Update for its Little Big Burger and Burgers Grilled Right Brands

Little Big Burger on Track to Double in 2018

/EIN News/ -- CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Chanticleer Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:BURG) (“Chanticleer” or the “Company”), owner, operator, and franchisor of multiple nationally recognized restaurant brands with a combined 57 locations in the U.S. and abroad, today provided a development update on its Little Big Burger (“LBB”) and Burgers Grilled Right (“BGR”) brands, as well as affirming that its LBB store count remains on track to approximately double from last year as previously announced.

2018 Year to date accomplishments

  • LBB San Diego #1 (opened Q1)
  • LBB San Diego #2 (opened Q2)
  • LBB Cornelius / Denny Hamlin joint venture signed
  • LBB Austin, TX (opened Q3)
  • BGR Catholic University area, Washington, DC (opened Q1)
  • BGR Bloomfield, NJ (opened Q1)
  • Repurchased BGR Annapolis Q1 / launched online ordering
  • Reimaged BGR Bethesda
  • Reimaged BGR Tysons Mall

Under construction

  • LBB Lake Oswego (Portland)
  • LBB Multnomah Village (Portland)
  • LBB Capitol Hill (Seattle)
  • LBB Wallingford (Seattle)
  • LBB Cornelius (North Carolina)
  • LBB Rea Farms (Charlotte)
  • BGR Reston, (Virginia)

Leases signed awaiting construction permits

  • LBB Green Lake (Seattle)

LOI Lease pending

  • 1 LBB Portland
  • 2 LBB San Diego

Mike Pruitt, Chanticleer Chief Executive Officer stated, “We continue to execute our business plan for our Little Big Burger and Burgers Grilled Right brands. As of today, we have 15 LBB stores open and remain confident that our system-wide LBB brand footprint will approximately double from the beginning of the year with numerous additional new stores under construction with openings expected over the balance of the year.”

Pruitt continued, "Anticipated growth continues to be fueled by the favorable unit economics of both the LBB and BGR better burger brands. We remain in talks with potential multi-unit franchise opportunities and are pleased to have just opened our first of LBB in Austin Texas. As we continue to increase focus on the domestic burger business, we are continuing to evaluate the sale of our domestic non-burger and international operations which would streamline the Company’s operations and significantly increase operating margins going forward.” 

A video about Little Big Burger may be viewed at the following link:

About Chanticleer Holdings, Inc.

Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, Chanticleer Holdings owns, operates, and franchises fast, casual, and full-service restaurant brands, including American Burger Company, BGR – Burgers Grilled Right, Little Big Burger, Just Fresh, and Hooters. For more information, please visit:

About Little Big Burger

Little Big Burger (''LBB'') is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chanticleer Holdings, Inc. Founded in Portland, OR in 2010, LBB is a counter service, fast-casual restaurant concept offering fresh, high quality cooked-to-order burgers, truffle fries and root beer floats. LBB has developed a cult-like following in the Pacific Northwest by offering a simple menu focused on delicious quality, served in a hip atmosphere. Parties interested in franchise opportunities should send an email to or visit

A video about Little Big Burger may be viewed at the following link:

About Burgers Grilled Right

BGR is helping lead the better burger market with a menu designed around our commitment to using only the highest quality ingredients. BGR's menu is designed around burgers grilled over an open flame. BGR operates stores domestically and internationally, with franchise opportunities in both markets. For more information, visit

About American Burger Company

American Burger Company is a tribute to the American roadside burger stands of the past. Using quality ingredients and variety throughout the menu, American Burger Company features Certified Angus Beef burgers, chicken sandwiches, Philly cheese steak and salads, along with side items like french fries, onion rings, mac & cheese, and house-made slaw. For more information, visit

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