HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – A vacant piece of property on High St will soon be home to a 30 Burgers restaurant and possibly a Dunkin’ Donuts.
Bhavik Patel, who will be the owner of the Hackettstown 30 Burgers, tells RNJ that a 30 Burgers is planned to be built on the vacant strip mall property located at 903 High St. The strip mall was once occupied by Enzo’s Pizzeria & Restaurant, Unique Launderette and a Krauszer’s convenience store.
Patel is waiting on the property site plan for 30 Burgers. “Hoping (fingers crossed) to have the permit applications in within next 2-3 weeks, then 1 – 2 month building period before 30 Burgers will open,” Patel said.
The Dunkin’ Donuts has not be approved yet by the franchise as they need the drive-thru approval first, patel said. This would be Dunkin’ Donuts second location in Hackettstown if the High St location is approved.
“This location was chosen based on the need for food choices on that side of town. Mars Wrigley Confectionery, multiple homes, apartments, and condos make it an ideal location,” Patel said.
It’s posted on the 30 Burgers website that the Hackettstown location is coming soon. 30 Burgers was established in January 2014 to create a destination concept rivaling any “burger joint” in the country. The focus here is certified Angus beef burgers dressed with innovative and tantalizing toppings, condiments, sauces, and anything else that tastes good on a burger, according to their website.
(Editor’s Note: This story was updated on September 4 at 9:30 p.m. with the new information that the Dunkin’ Donuts has not be approved yet by the franchise as they need the drive-thru approval first.)