Nation’s Giant Hamburgers, a popular California-based fast food diner chain founded in 1952, is expanding to Dallas-Fort Worth in 2024 with two new locations.
The quick service restaurants, opening in Frisco and Arlington, will offer a range of American food including burgers, breakfast and pies. The famous hamburgers consist of a 1/3 pound all-beef patty served on a toasted bun with tomatoes, lettuce, onions and dressing.
In San Pablo 70 years ago, Nation’s began as a hot dog stand. Then, Nation’s started serving extra large, tasty hamburgers. Currently, there are 29 locations across California, throughout the Greater Bay Area and in Sacramento. And the family-owned restaurant chain now plans to expand beyond Northern California.
Nation’s Arlington will open at 4180 South Cooper Street, with an estimated completion date of May 13, 2024. The 3,279-square-foot restaurant is estimated to cost $800,000, according to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing. Renovation of the space is expected to start Dec. 18.