The DC burger chain Z Burger is expected to open within the next month in the Virginia Square area.
“Arlington County is one of the best locations as far as business goes,” said the restaurant’s co-founder Peter Tabibian.
The restaurant’s fourth location is three years in the making, much of the time spent obtaining the necessary permits to renovate the 3,500-square-foot building that once housed a video service shop, Tabibian said.
Z Burger features burgers (of course), fries, and 75 different milkshake flavors. Onions for the onion rings are cut daily and hot dogs served are Hebrew National hot dogs, Tabibian said.
Tabibian, who founded the restaurant with business partner Mohammad Esfahani, got his start in the business working at a Burger King.
“I decided that I wasn’t good in school and just got into the restaurant business,” Tabibian said.
When the restaurant opens later this month at 3325 Wilson Blvd., Tabibian said they will offer a free burger day. The exact date has not been determined.
“We want everyone to try our product,” Tabibian said.
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