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Fat Burger & Buffalo’s Cafe – Coming to Palm Desert

Fat Burger & Buffalo’s Cafe – Coming to Palm Desert

FAT BURGER and BUFFALO's CAFE is COMING!!

Construction has started on a combined Fatburger/Buffalo's Cafe restaurant.

The hamburger chain has put up a banner at 72-225 Highway 111, next to Red Lobster. The 6,500 square-foot space will house Fat Burger and the Buffalo's Cafe.

buffalos_menu_01Buffalo's Cafe offers customers a neighborhood dining experience with fresh dishes and a friendly atmosphere. Established in 1985, the first Buffalo's Cafe opened its doors in Roswell, Ga., and the company now boasts restaurants throughout the West and South Eastern USA, the Middle East and North Africa. With world class food, a strong sense of community and family, Buffalo's Cafe is in line with today's casual dining trends.

10425865_10152150418787303_135430918487186276_nFatburger's been doing things their own way since 1952. Making custom burgers, one at time, for people like you. That's why:

Every burger is grilled when you order it. We use only 100% USDA lean beef. Fresh, never frozen. Our onion rings come from onions, not the freezer. Our shakes are made with real hand-scooped ice cream.

Our fries and onion rings are cooked in 100% cholesterol-free oil. Our famous chili is made with a secret blend of herbs and spices. No generic burgers. No lame music.

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