After two and a half years, Burgerac's Burgershack ceased trading at The Royal Oak pub in Marylebone, and also at The Social in Fitzrovia at the end of 2016.
All of us involved in the project couldn't be more proud of the fact that we have, by working together (and in cahoots with some brilliant suppliers), created and operated a food offer that has helped to put The Royal Oak on the map as a great place for local workers and residents to drink and eat – and also as a destination for London's burger obsessives. To see our hard work draw praise from the Evening Standard, New York-based lifestyle blog Cool Hunting, and also from The Times food columnist Giles Coren – as well as from dozens of bloggers and Instagrammers – has been a dream come true.
We can't thank our customers enough for dining with us. We've loved feeding you and hope to see you all at some point in the future despite the fact that we're hanging up our burger flippers for the time being to reflect on our achievements and also to give ourselves some space and time to think about what's next.
Just to be clear, Burgerac's Burgershack isn’t dead. We're just having a bit of a lie down having completed a thoroughly educational (and at times emotional) first adventure. Sign up to our newsletter to stay in touch with our news. Thank you!
Please note that Burgerac's Burgershack is an independent company that has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with any other business with the words "burger" and or "shack" in its name.