Carytown Burger Bach opens in new location

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Burger Bach expanded and opened its Carytown flagship restaurant. (J. Elias O’Neal)

RICHMOND, Va. — A Carytown burger joint has reopened in its new, larger digs, while cooking up another location north of the Richmond region, 

Burger Bach opened last month at 3426 W. Cary St., a block east from its original spot in the neighborhood at 10 S. Thompson St.

The restaurant is a revamped former Wells Fargo bank branch that Burger Bach leased last spring.

It hired local architecture firm Fultz & Singh to design the new space, and Richmond-based Sky Commercial Interiors was the general contractor overseeing the more than $700,000 renovation.

The move into the 2,100-square-foot space, which includes patio seating along West Cary Street, allows owner Angela Whitley to consolidate the establishment’s office and storage operations under one roof – while more than doubling the seating capacity of the chain’s flagship location.

The move also opens up prime Carytown square footage, as its previous 1,500-square-foot Thompson Street space is vacant. That property is owned by the proprietors of Ellwood Thompson’s grocery store and café across the lot.

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