Australia US burger chain Wahlburgers set to open more stores in Australia
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Hollywood superstar Mark Wahlberg unveiled the first Wahlburgers restaurant in Australia in February at Sydney's Circular Quay.
And now the popular US burger chain has been given the green light for more stores to open Down Under.
The franchise is investing $50million in establishing 20 restaurants across the country over the next five years, with the next opening in's Manly in summer.
Sam Mustaca, the CEO and chairman of United Cinemas Australia, announced a store would open in the beachside in December.
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There are also plans to open another restaurant at the Mustaca's cinema complex in Warriewood and one at a location in Dee Why, according to.
A Wahlburgers store is also on the cards for Byron Bay, Surfers Paradise and one in Auckland, New Zealand.
Mr Mustaca conveyed his excitement about the next Wahlburgers restaurant in Manly, telling News Corp that it will take over the Greenhouse.
'Wahlburgers is a true, family-orientated experience and there is not a lot on offer in Manly for families at the moment.'
Mr Mustaca met with the US CEO of Walhburgers, John Fuller, and the chain's chief operations officer, JJ Smith, last Friday to discuss plans for the Manly store.
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The duo jetted to Australia to speak with Mr Mustaca and to visit the franchise's future locations across the country
Mr Fuller said he was 'thrilled' by Mr Mustaca and his team's efforts to bring Wahlburgers to Australia and has praised the businessman for picking 'A plus' locations for Wahlburgers stores in Sydney, Byron and the Gold coast.
'He's got a long-term vision for the brand and we wanted to come out, be in the market, support it, which is what we do,' he said.
Wahlburgers was founded by chef Paul Wahlberg with his brothers, Hollywood movie stars Mark and Donnie Wahlberg.
The first Wahlburgers in Australia opened in February in Sydney's Circular Quay.
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It is located near Mr Mustaca's United Cinemas Opera Quays.
The US burger chain is famous for its fresh ground beef burgers, entrée salads and sandwiches, loaded tots and frothy shakes.
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