The now famous Fatburger Restaurant had humble beginnings many years ago in the spotless kitchen of Ms. Lovie Yancey. Her guests enjoyed her hamburgers so much that she was encouraged to share her unique recipe with the world. Ms. Yancey took their advice and opened her first restaurant in Los Angeles, in 1952. She called this restaurant "Fatburger," while her loyal customers called it, "The Last Great Hamburger Stand." Now, over 60 years later, the red and yellow sign still holds the same promise. A promise to serve customers a great hamburger prepared fresh daily at every location. Customers will never find a frozen or prefabricated Fatburger in our restaurants.
When franchisees join the Fatburger family, they receive the support provided by an organization committed to their success. Fatburger franchisees will also benefit from the experience of a professional management team. Fatburger has developed an effective, systematic process to get our franchisees up and running quickly. That includes architecture and design support, operational support, purchasing support, equipment selection support, training and recruitment support, advertising and marketing support, and real estate support.
Fatburger provides architectural and design assistance to its franchisees. As part of this assistance, we furnish prototypical plans. Fatburger consults with its franchisees as the Fatburger approved architect modifies their plans to fit the specific needs of each location. Fatburger also provides design guidelines, signage specifications and other materials to assist its franchisees.