AUSTIN, Texas — Downtown Austin burger lovers just got some good news – P. Terry's is back!
On Monday, the popular burger chain announced that it has officially reopened its location off of Congress Avenue, which was closed last year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With downtown coming back to life, we are reopening our only closed location as a result of the pandemic,” said Todd Coerver, CEO of P. Terry’s Burger Stand. “We’ve refurbished the burger stand, brought in a new team and we are excited to once again serve the residents, professionals and visitors in the downtown area.”
P. Terry's says all of its locations are now fully open, including dining rooms at locations where they are offered. Takeout, delivery and curbside pick-up are also available at select locations.
The local chain known for its all-natural ingredients and scratch cooking has been family-owned by "Texans for Texans" since 2005.
For more information, visit P. Terry's website.
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