When the Fuller family opened their first Earls restaurant just over 30 years ago it was a simple premise – burgers and beer. What wasn’t so simple was that they cooked those burgers fresh and to order. These days that might sound so normal that it doesn’t even register as anything special, but back then, burgers were fast food – ready made from restaurant chains or something your dad cooked up on the BBQ on a summer night. Back then your choice was… mustard or ketchup. So when Earls decided to cook burgers fresh, from scratch – melt only the best cheese, layer only the freshest lettuce and most flavorful tomatoes, it was somewhat groundbreaking. It was the foundation that, 33 years later, took this, still family owned, restaurant to 63 locations across Canada and the US. Much has changed in those years and there is certainly a lot more than burgers on the menu now. Food is globally inspired with local ingredients and diverse ingredients from across the globe. Gold medal award-winning chefs in the Earls Test Kitchen create recipes all cooked from scratch in each Earls location.
Bus and Stan Fuller back in the 80s
So when they tell you that what they really want is for you to try their brand new selection of fresh, gourmet burgers we think you might want to take notice. It’s what made them what they are.
Here’s the lineup…
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