National Small Business Week 2018: Seven Small Restaurants That We Love
As a family-owned and operated company, we understand how truly important small businesses really are. So in honor of this year’s National Small Business Week (not to mention the beginning of May, which marks the start of National Hamburger Month!) we wanted to take a moment to recognize just a few of our many wonderful foodservice partners. We thank you for your continued support.
Celebrate National Small Business Week in your neighborhood by supporting local restaurants in your area!
Baton Rouge, LA
Getting their start in 2010 as a popular food truck before putting roots down at 4158 Government Street in Baton Rouge, the guys behind Curbside Burgers certainly know a thing or two about making great food. They offer a wide selection of Schweid & Sons Butcher Blend Burgers, ranging from the traditional Curbside Classic (lettuce, tomato, homemade pickles, and red onion) to the delectable Smokin’ Joe[L] (sharp cheddar, bacon, fried onion strings, and smoke sauce).
Kings of Kobe
New York, NY
New York City’s own Kings of Kobe put a superior spin on what they call two staples of American childhood: hot dogs and Hamburgers. (“After all, what better culinary experience represents our social freedom, more than a hot dog and Burger on 4th of July?” asks their website). The Hell’s Kitchen restaurant proudly serves up our Katana Blend, which is derived from Waygu Beef, an American-styled Kobe beef. Their creations include the Better Than Caesar: arugula, burrata, stone fruit relish, and a balsamic glaze on one of our Katana patties.
Side Bar at Whiskey Row
Sidebar at Whiskey Row boasts a unique history as well as an exceptional Burger blend. The establishment itself is located in a beautiful limestone building that was constructed in 1877, and offers patrons a lovely dining atmosphere that includes high ceilings and 11 foot windows. Their Burger blend is just as spectacular, as it’s a special Schweid & Sons recipe that combines choice chuck, brisket, and short rib cuts to create such a magical taste.
This Chattanooga restaurant offers a variety of specialty milkshakes, cocktails, and of course, Burgers!Their Urban Classics and Specialty Stacks menus includes tons of options, so you can feast on your favorite Burger while sipping on your preferred bourbon or whiskey.
One Twenty Three Burger House
St Augustine, FL
Located at 123 King Street (hence the name), One Twenty Three Burger House is known for their wood fired, thin crust pizzas and their assortment of Schweid & Sons Certified Angus Beef Butcher Blend Burgers, which are all cooked to order and served with classic coleslaw and fries. They even have our logo on the wall!
Harbor Burger Bar
Stone Harbor, NJ
If you’re a film enthusiast, a beer snob, or a Burger Lover, Harbor Burger Bar is the spot for you. Located right at the entrance to Harbor Square Theater in Stone Harbor, NJ, customers can enjoy a delightful craft beer and a tasty Burger before or after seeing the latest blockbuster on the big screen. In addition, moviegoers can also enjoy HBB fare by purchasing a wide range of menu items (including wine and beer) at the concession stand located within the Harbor Square Theater lobby.
Sarah Street Grill
Sarah Street Grill combines great Burgers with great music, as they are committed to supporting the Pennsilyvania music scene by regularly booking local musicians to perform at their establishment. Proudly serving “The Best Burger In Town,” they offer a variety of different styles of delicious Burgers, such as the Belardi Burger, which is a Schweid & Sons Butcher’s Blend Burger topped with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese on a garlic bread bun.