Burgerville expands to Portland International Airport
Burgerville, a Northwest favorite since 1961, is on the way to Portland International Airport.
The restaurant will open this winter in the PDX Oregon Market, as approved today by the Port of Portland Commission.
Burgerville is an innovative and industry-leading restaurant company with 39 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. With 1,500 employees, Burgerville provides fresh, great-tasting food all-day, every day from breakfast to late-night snacks, based on its mission: Serve with Love. At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive.
“Burgerville perfectly illustrates our goal of offering PDX restaurants and shops that represent the best of the Northwest, in addition to national brands,” said Chris Madsen, general manager, Port aviation business and properties. “Burgerville is a natural fit; consistent with our values regarding sustainability, community involvement and environmental care.”
“This new partnership with the Port is filled with possibility for the region,” said Jeff Harvey, Burgerville CEO and President. “We are aligned with our commitments to local agriculture, environmental mindfulness and to a thriving Northwest. We look forward to engaging PDX travelers and employees to co-design this new restaurant with us in the coming months.”
Burgerville’s food and menu choices are carefully selected to provide the freshest and most flavorful food the region has to offer. Signature items like the pepper bacon cheeseburger and milkshakes made with real ice cream are year-round favorites. As the seasons change, so do the offerings of fresh, local food items like Walla Walla onion rings and Oregon strawberries.
The restaurant also offers special, limited-time-only items, like premium, thick, criss-cut golden waffle fries. Healthful food choices include local, vegetarian-fed and antibiotic-free beef in burgers, cage-free eggs in breakfast items, and salads featuring mixed greens with sustainable, local ingredients, such as smoked salmon and Oregon hazelnuts.
Customary with Burgerville, and in support of the Port’s environmental strategy, Burgerville will build and operate at PDX in a sustainable fashion using recycled materials when available, eliminating unnecessary waste, and advancing energy efficient technologies.