KerbEdge, the Hull-based better burger concept, has lined up a fourth site, and the second in its home city.
The new restaurant will open at St Stephen’s shopping centre, on the former NYC Bar and Grill site.
It will have a more family-oriented offer than the Princes Avenue original, which is known for its cocktails.
Kerbedge, which was founded by Adam Bryson as a street food venture, has also lined up sites in Sheffield’s West One centre, and Darlington’s Feethams leisure scheme under a ‘Ballroom’ concept.
Bryson has previously told MCA: “Our plan is to look for more over next few years predominantly in northern sites in the M62 corridor, within one and half hours of our base. We want to expand at a rate that’s comfortable.
“The demographic and feel of an area is the most important thing, our customers tend to be young professionals. I feel we need to grow more before taking on well-established markets like Leeds and Manchester.”