One of Hull’s most beloved takeaway spots is continuing its expansion across Yorkshire.
Dope Burger has announced it will open its fourth franchise in October.
The popular food spot, which has around 40,000 likes on Facebook, has announced a branch will be opening in Doncaster.
The burger joint already has takeaways at Beverley Road in Hull, Witham, and Headingly.
The popular restaurant chain is already a huge hit with those in Hull and now branching out to different parts of Yorkshire.
The new franchisee was announced with a teasing picture on social media of a set of keys.
Dope Burger said: “Doncaster DN1 town centre we are coming for you baby. #keys #newfranchisee could be October #dopeburger #dopeburgerdoncaster #doperburgerhull #dopeburgerleeds.”
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Dope Burger, originating in Hull, is well known for its signature rainbow burger.
On the menu you’ll find burger burgers, chicken burgers, hotdogs and vegan options with epic gooey brownies and rainbow bagels for dessert.
A spokesman said: “Doncaster is super exciting for us as it will be our first Dope Burger franchise not directly owned by the company. It’s really exciting. We are working closely with a London-based franchise company to market future Dope Burger franchise opportunities in other cities in the UK and eventually in Europe.
“It gives other entrepreneurs and professionals a chance to trade under the Dope Burger brand with a tried and tested business plan and product.”