Atlanta-based organic burger chain Farm Burger opens its seventh area restaurant inside the brand new Midtown Whole Foods on Wednesday, July 24. The 14th Street burger joint includes 86 seats inside and seating for up to 28 outside.
According to the press release, the restaurant is part of a program called “Friends of Whole Foods Market” in which the supermarket chain partners with chefs and food companies that align with the Whole Foods “mission.”
Farm Burger, founded in 2010 by farmer and rancher Jason Mann and restaurateur George Frangos, uses “100% grass-fed beef” in its burgers. Beef is dry-aged, ground fresh, and cooked-to-order. The Whole Foods restaurant also includes chicken, vegetarian, and vegan burger options on its menu as well as beer, boozy milkshakes, and a small selection of wine.
Farm Burger includes six other Atlanta area locations in Decatur, Grant Park, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Peachtree Corners, and at Mercedes-Benz Stadium as well as in Alabama, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
At 70,000-square-feet and over three stories tall, the Midtown store is the largest Whole Foods in the Southeast. The supermarket, located at the corner of 14th and West Peachtree streets, also features a rooftop terrace bar with food trucks and games called Canopy Court and will eventually include the 14th Street Wine Bar with seating on a screened porch.
22 14th Street NW, Atlanta. farmburger.com.