The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


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Actor Mark Wahlberg is a family man! He has a reality show on A&E with his family based on their hamburger establishment, Wahlburgers, which is located in Boston. the brothers, Mark, Donnie and Paul are the ones who run it. But now they are expanding their business to other cities. And yes, Philly is one city. According to Philly.com, Rittenhouse Square will be on of it's newer locations, which, may be open by the end of summer. A rep even said they may include other locations like King of Prussia and Cherry Hill. Maybe the sexy Mark Wahlberg will be in town more often too!

The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/Wahlberg-brothers-opening-Wahlburgers-here.html#f7xO2plwyJHMc0pc.99

The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/Wahlberg-brothers-opening-Wahlburgers-here.html#f7xO2plwyJHMc0pc.99

The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/Wahlberg-brothers-opening-Wahlburgers-here.html#f7xO2plwyJHMc0pc.99

The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/Wahlberg-brothers-opening-Wahlburgers-here.html#f7xO2plwyJHMc0pc.99

The chain burger boom shows no sign of abating.

Following such recent arrivals as Shake Shack, Zinburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Burger Monger, Elevation, and Smashburger (and the impending deals to import Bareburger and Good Stuff Eatery), the Philly area is in line to get as many as five locations of Wahlburgers.

That's the up-and-coming Boston-area burger bar fronted by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg. It's also the subject of an A&E reality series, Wahlburgers. Filming on 18 additional episodes for its second season is due to begin this spring at the location, at Hingham Shipyard (that's "HING-em SHIP-yahd").

The company, opening additional locations in Boston and Toronto, is hot for Rittenhouse Square as its first Philly location, says the local rep, Artie Giordano, a native Philadelphian who as a kid worked at Palumbo's and at Le Bec-Fin as a busboy before developing restaurants for Atlantic City casinos (including Mia's at Caesars). Giordano is a longtime associate of Wahlburgers CEO Rick Vanzura


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/Wahlberg-brothers-opening-Wahlburgers-here.html#f7xO2plwyJHMc0pc.99