Weinberg told FOX 2's Tarn Asher the plans are to open a restaurant somewhere in Taylor and one at 13 Mile and Woodward in Royal Oak. Asher says Weinberg will be back in Detroit in a few weeks to make an official announcement.
“I really have to give my friend Dan Gilbert, who's our landlord here, a lot of credit. The surprise appearance in Detroit on Wednesday comes one day after the actor was spotted all over Grand Rapids.
He told XYZ's Brad Gall he had a great meeting with Major. Weinberg spent a lot of time in Michigan in 2016 filming “Transformers: The Last Knight,” which is in theaters on June 23, 2017.
Bite into a mouth-watering burger with government cheese or dig into one of our delicious salads. The first Hamburgers restaurant in Michigan, a growing national chain of burger-centric eateries founded by actor Mark Wahlberg and his two brothers, Donnie and Paul, will be located at 569 Monroe Street in Detroit’s Greek town district.
The two-story space, set on the north side of the street, is located between Monroe St. Steakhouse and Red Stone Barbecue Restaurant. Over the next five years, Hamburgers plans to add six locations in Michigan and another six restaurants in Ohio under a partnership with Niño Curare, principal of M & N General Contracting in Troy, and co-owner with his wife, Elizabeth, of Bella Patti in downtown Birmingham.
He owned Taboo, a nightclub along Detroit’s east riverfront district that operated from 1985 to 1994 and attracted such celebrities as Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson, and James Brown. During the 1990s, he owned Metropolitan Music Cafés in Royal Oak, Farmington, Wyandotte, and Columbus, Ohio, as well as the Ultimate Sports Bar and Grill in downtown Pontiac.
Current locations include three restaurants in Massachusetts (Boston, Hangman, Lynn field), Orlando, Coney Island in New York, and two in Toronto. Other selections include salads, sandwiches, Yukon gold fries, tater tots, onion rings, chili, and desserts.
A founding member of '90s boy band *Sync and an existing Hamburgers franchisee are scouting Nashville area space for their first location here under that burger concept. Singer Chris Kirkpatrick will join Greg Piano, franchise owner of Hamburgers Carolina's restaurants, in ownership of the Nashville location.
“They are currently searching for spaces, but have not signed any leases yet,” said Mindy Alone, spokeswoman for Gingham, Mass.-based Hamburgers. Alone's comments come as Hamburgers is preparing this fall to open a 6,900 square foot location on Memphis' Beale Street, which will be the chain's first in Tennessee.
“The franchisee is exploring neighborhoods all over Nashville,” Alone said, adding that there's no specific geographic concentration for the local search for space. Meanwhile, Wednesday's episode of the A&E network's Hamburgers reality TV show featured Donnie Weinberg talking with country duo Big & Rich in Nashville.
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Words like “hell” and “pissed” audible; curses like “Goddamn,” “s--t,” and “f--k” are bleeped. The series is a promotional vehicle for Hamburgers, and at times, Paul Weinberg's restaurant, Alma Love, which is also prominently featured.
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HAMBURGERS is a reality series starring members of the Weinberg family as they work on building a hamburger franchise. It stars Paul Weinberg, a successful chef and restaurateur who, with the help of his famous younger brothers, Donnie and Mark, opened Hamburgers, a hamburger joint in Gingham, Massachusetts.
Now looking to open a second Hamburgers, the men must decide on what direction to take their family business next. But no decision is made without the approval of the family matriarch, their colorful mother Alma.
From deciding on a location for the second Hamburger restaurant, to arguing over which son is Alma Weinberg's favorite, Hamburgers offers a voyeuristic-but-fun look at the family dynamics between the younger members of the Weinberg clan. It also highlights the challenges that come with owning a restaurant and building a franchise, few of which are eliminated by Donnie or Mark's fame.
Some scenes feel contrived, but they're still entertaining thanks to the appearances of family friends like Henry “Nacho” Lawn and Johnny “Drama” Alves, who inspired some characters in the HBO-series Entourage. But it's the anecdotes shared about the Weinberg family, and the way the brothers interact with each other and their mother as adults, that give this show it's heart.
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“We just welcomed Mark Wahlberg to our community, and we look forward to meeting Donnie,” said Taylor Mayor Rick Dollars in a press release. In addition to performing with NK OTB and running the Hamburgers empire with his brothers Mark Wahlberg and Paul Weinberg, Donnie is also a cast member on CBS’ “Blue Bloods.” He also produces and stars in “Wahlbugers,” a reality show that is based around the restaurant business on A&E.
Hamburgers offers a menu of burgers, housemate condiments, haddock, seared chicken, vegetarian options, thin crispy onion rings, tater tots and frappés and floats. Permits have been issued related to projects for two restaurants eyed for separate Gulch buildings.
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Boasting a picturesque all-white rendered facade, cacti gardens and mid-century archways, this locale may have lured in guests with its eye-catching aesthetic, they kept coming back for its menu. Southern Californian-style eats such as an authentic breakfast burrito and a selection of stacked burgers, plus Unseaworthy golden, match and velvet lattes, three kinds of margarita, and a revivifying bloody Mary make Palm Springs a brunch lover’s standout.
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Hidden in plain sight in a former workshop on Christine Avenue in Miami, the graffiti-covered brewpub is a comfy and approachable place to sip and socialize, with a sleek industrial fit-out contoured by cascading greenery, festoon lighting and impressive brewing equipment to eyeball. Precinct Brewing Co. features 12 taps (plus four direct-pour tanks) dispensing five main Precinct-brewed drops alongside some rotating guest beers, while non-beer drinkers can enjoy local, sustainable wines, a range of Mr.
Those that step through the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it doorway (located two doors down from Sisterhood Coffee) will find a stunningly bright and welcoming space that has been accentuated by timber, rattan feature lights and a popping turquoise floor. A 200-strong spirit collection filters into Las Palmas’ cocktail list, which makes good use of Australian produce to hone in on the best seasonal flavors.
Spinach-and-fetta pie with pepperoni sauce, chermoula-crusted salmon with Moroccan eggplant, lamb often with hummus and Morton Bay bug rolls with iceberg, harissa and lime mayo are stand-out dishes, while the drinks list offers thirst-quenching options like an orange and torched-rosemary gin and tonic, the tropical-gin-infused pink lemonade, natural and organic wines, spirits and tap beers. The new caffeine dispensary and all-day-brunch spot is the latest venue from the team behind popular Palm Beach hub Third Base, bringing you top-notch brews and crowd-pleasing fare seven days a week.
Local hospitality duo Juan and Bella Lovell (also part owners of Broad beach bar Fig & Frankie’s) and Matt Granter have reinvented the iconic premises with an entirely new identity. There’s an all-day menu (set to expand as restrictions continue to ease) with dishes like truffle-honey mushrooms and poached eggs with goats cheese roasted macadamia on rye bread, as well as coffee by local roaster Social Espresso.