Hollywood favorite Fatburger is bringing its burgers (and wings) to Manassas

Fatburger has opened a co-branded restaurant with Buffalo Express in Manassas, Virginia, marking the burger chain’s first store in the D.C. area.

Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Fatburger, known for its celebrity clientele and all-you-can-eat burgers, has opened a co-branded Fatburger and Buffalo Express restaurant in Manassas, Virginia. This is the hamburger chain’s first restaurant in D.C.

The chain’s motto is The Last Great Hamburger Stand.

Founded in 1952, Fatburger has locations throughout North America and internationally. Parent company FAT Brands Inc. owns 17 other franchise brands, including Johnny Rockets, Elevation Burger, and Bonanza and Ponderosa steakhouses.

Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Fatburger has opened a joint Fatburger and Buffalo Express restaurant in Manassas. (Courtesy of FAT Brands Inc.)

Manassas Fatburger has a full bar including daiquiris and milkshakes.

Fatburger toppings go beyond the standard burger toppings, including bacon and eggs, chili and onion rings. Hamburgers come in four sizes, from one-third of a pound to one pound. It also offers plant-based burgers.

Buffalo Express includes bone-in and bone-out wings and several sauces.

Fatburger is mentioned in rap lyrics, and past investment partnerships have included Magic Johnson, Montel Williams and Queen Latifah.

Manassas Fatburger and Buffalo Express is located at 8097 Sudley Road and is open daily from noon to 9 p.m.

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