Burger Baron was a fast-food burger restaurant chain that was giving to Krusty after the owner after the city health inspector accused him for he served one of his customers a toxic burger. Krusty changed the name to Krusty Burger and bribed the health inspector.
Does Burger Baron still exist?
The original franchise operation collapsed into bankruptcy and current restaurants are independently operated, with different menus, recipes, signage and advertising. Today, there are still dozens of Burger Barons throughout Western Canada, but they are mostly concentrated around Edmonton and in small towns in Alberta.
How many burger Barons in Alberta?
The popular fast-food chain, with its distinctive sign, popular mushroom burger and 25 locations around Alberta, has been a part of the Prairie dining scene since the 1950s. But unlike most chains, all Burger Barons are independently owned.
Who owns Burger Baron?
Imad Maddah – Owner – Burger baron | LinkedIn.
Why did burger baron close?
Regina’s last Burger Baron restaurant, which opened opened about 58 years ago, has closed due to financial pressures and a legion of loyal customers are calling it the end of an era. It’s also the end of a family legacy.