Liberty Burger, a Dallas-based sequence that had one plcae in Fort Worth, now has 0 Fort Worth locations.
The Fort Worth location, which non-stop in late 2016, was in a outrageous Presidio Junction selling core in distant north Fort Worth — a core not lacking in burger options (and that’s kind of an understatement). It sealed this week.
But foe isn’t what led to a closure. In an surprising move, a sequence released a news recover Thursday in that Mariel Street, a co-owner of Liberty Burger, announced that a association was disjunction a attribute with one franchisee.
And Fort Worth wasn’t a usually plcae that closed. “This stop affects a singular user of 4 Liberty Burger locations in North Texas,” a recover says. “The Star in Frisco, Las Colinas, Fort Worth and Carrollton/West Plano.” All of those non-Fort Worth locations non-stop after a Fort Worth one.
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““Liberty Burger final a correspondence with a complement standards, that is an essential member of a franchisor-franchisee relationship,” Street pronounced in a release. “Standards are implemented to make consistency, they conclude a code on many levels, and ultimately, are a clever writer to a success of a company. Unlike a other franchisees, NTRD and Four Leaf Ventures did not defend a firmness of a code nor did they perform their obligations as specified in a sealed franchisee contract.”
Liberty Burger was enclosed in a Star-Telegram’s 2017 Battle of a Burgers, in that Liberty made it to a final eight (out of a sum of 32 joints) before removing degraded by Fred’s Texas Cafe, a ultimate winner.
The contingency seemed opposite a Fort Worth plcae from a beginning: Despite peculiarity burgers, Liberty Fort Worth was surrounded by other, mostly reduction costly burger joints: a Jack in a Box non-stop most in front of it, a Red Robin Gourmet Burgers was a brief travel away, and even a Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom subsequent doorway does flattering good burgers. Presidio Junction is also home to a Whataburger, an In-N-Out Burger and a Wendy’s.
Another Texas-based burger chain, Bryan’s Grub Burger Bar, has a plcae entrance to Heritage Trace Parkway, in a Alliance Town Center area opposite I-35W from Presidio Junction. That plcae could open by year-end. And a plcae of BurgerFi, that like Liberty strives for a quality-over-quantity burger menu, non-stop during a commencement of Oct in a selling core during a northeast dilemma of North Beach Street and Western Center Boulevard, also in distant north Fort Worth (BurgerFi also has an Arlington location.)
Liberty Burger still has locations in Richardson, Dallas, Addison, Allen and in Jackson, Wyoming. In a recover it says that it is negotiations for additional sites via North Texas, so it’s probable that it’s not finished with Tarrant yet.
H/T Alliance/North Tarrant Area Updates Facebook page, where a post alerted us to a Fort Worth Liberty closing, that led to us anticipating out about a other locations.