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Dec. 1, 2023

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‘A great next step’: Killer Burger to open third shop in Vancouver

New location is 14321 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd.

By , Columbian staff writer

A darling of local burgers, Killer Burger, announced Friday that it’s opening its third location in Vancouver. The shop will open Monday at 14321 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. in the Evergreen Crossing shopping center and will give customers a mix of classic and original tastes.

“Each burger is carefully constructed for a unique flavor profile and exceptional eating experience,” read Friday’s announcement from the company. Some local craft brews and ciders will also be available on tap.

The shop will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and will follow the state’s health guidelines, including mandates and cleaning protocols.

Nate Barile, who owns the Hazel Dell location, will be the franchisee opening the new location as well.

“When the opportunity to become a franchisee with Killer Burger arose, I knew it would be a great next step in my career and grow alongside the brand,” Barile said in the announcement.

“I believe in this brand and the top-notch food and leadership team take it to the next level. It’s exciting to know that even more Vancouver residents will get the chance to finally experience Killer Burger and become lifelong fans.”

Barile first worked with Killer Burger as a general manager before rising to training manager, district manager, franchising coordinator and eventually franchisee.

His new store will be the 18th Killer Burger to open in the Pacific Northwest and Mountain West.

“Expanding with our existing operators such as Nate is key to building the strong foundation needed for Killer Burger to grow,” said John Dikos, chief executive of the company, in Friday’s announcement. “We are excited to launch our third Vancouver location and continue to expand the brand with passionate franchisees, both existing and new.”

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