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Published on February 14th, 2017 | by Niall Norbury

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Opening Soon: 7bone Reading

Located in central Reading, 7Bone Burgers Co. is due to open its doors to serve the burger lovers in Reading later this month.

Opening on 27 February at 60 St Mary’s Butts, 7Bone’s menu is notorious for its ‘dirty’ burgers, smoked dogs and grilled sandwiches. Following success in Southampton, Bournemouth and Camberley – Reading will be the fourth town to see 7Bone open its doors.

Popular dishes from the menu include: ‘Double Ronald’s Revenge’ which features four beef patties in one bun, ‘One Big Chicken’ buttermilk fried chicken, hash brown, cheese, chipotle ketchup, hp sauce and mayo; as well as ‘Portswood Poutine’ which puts an American twist on the Canadian classic.

Red basket meals offer diners the choice of any 6oz burger, dog, sandwich or grilled sandwich plus comfort side for £9,95. There is also a selection of enticing shakes, craft beers and cocktails on offer to help wash down
your meal.

Founded in 2013 by guys with a passion for great American comfort food classics, Rich Zammit and Matt Mollicone are opening the fourth 7Bone restaurant and taking another step closer in their mission to deliver the ultimate burger epiphany. Their story of opening a new burger joint in Southampton was documented on BBC 2 show: ‘The Restaurant Man’.

Matt Mollicone (Co-founder of 7Bone Burgers Co.) said ‘We are looking forward to bringing our authentic diner-style hamburgers to Reading and delighting every customer. This is our 4th restaurant in the south and another small step towards our mission of rolling 7Bone out across the UK and laying mediocre burgers to rest. We are sure that our take on authentic American comfort food served up in a feel-good speakeasy setting and service with a smile will be a hit in Reading’.

Visit the 7Bone website to look at the menu and for more information.


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