Hopdoddy Burger Bar’s Austin presence gets bigger with the opening of its third location in the Triangle, which is good news for Central Austinites (at least it’s closer than the West Anderson Lane one). It debuts on Monday, September 19.
This new Hopdoddy location took over Mama Fu's former address on Triangle Avenue. Mama Fu’s relocated nearby to Guadalupe. Eater photographer Courtney Pierce toured the latest addition to the burger family.
The menu remains the same: burgers, with patties ranging from beef to tuna to vegetarian, salads, fries (including truffle ones), and loaded milkshakes. Beer is on tap, with (512) Brewing Company, Austin Beerworks, Thirsty Planet, and more. Daily hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Owners Chuck Smith and Larry Perdido, along with Guy Villavaso and Larry Foles, first opened on South Congress six years ago, followed by the West Anderson Lane spot in 2012. This is technically Hopdoddy’s fourth Austin-area location, with the recent one in Round Rock. The burger chain can be found throughout Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and California, with a just-announced second one in Houston.