Faubourg St. John neighbor, Shannon McGuire would like you to know the original Bud’s Broiler is reopening its doors FEBRUARY 9, for Endymion Saturday, after completing an extensive renovation.
A fire at the Mid City location last year forced owner Shannon McGuire to close the doors of the restaurant. However, after months of clean up and updating, “We’re back in business,” says McGuire.
Bud’s Broiler was opened in 1952 on City Park Avenue by Alfred “Bud” Saunders. Since then, Bud’s has become a dining main stay. Generations of New Orleanians know Bud’s for its cooking slogan, “High Quality Meat and Glowing Charcoal Make the Difference.”
McGuire stresses this attention to detail has guided the renovation and the reopening. “Bud’s isn’t just about the burgers. It’s about the friendly service and the familiar atmosphere,” says McGuire. “We had to stay true to the restaurant that everyone has come to know and love, so when you walk in before Endymion rolls, you’ll feel at home again.”
With the help of All Dry Water Damage Experts, the restaurant now looks better than ever. If you had a favorite menu order number before, you can stop by February 9, Endymion Saturday, for the reopening at 500 City Park Avenue.
Bud’s Broiler reopens on February 9, 2013 and is located at 500 City Park Avenue in Mid City. For more information, please contact Shannon McGuire at email@example.com or visit http://www.facebook.com/BudsBroilerNewOrleans
Bud’s Broiler started in 1952 by Alfred “Bud” Saunders, has seven locations across the New Orleans area. Bud’s is known for its butterflied hot dogs and its quarter-pound hamburgers, grilled over charcoal and served on toasted buns. More information on Bud’s Broiler is available on Facebook at Facebook.com/BudsBroilerNewOrleans.
NOLA.com also did a feature on the Bud’s Broiler Re-Opening…