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FLIP Burger coming or not

yehudimenuhin Jul 19, 2009 09:01 PM

Heard several months back that Richard Blais (of Atlanta) is opening one of his FLIP Burger Boutiques in Austin, but never heard another peep. Any idea of when and where?


  1. amysuehere Jul 30, 2009 05:12 AM

    Barry @ Flip says 6 months to a year before they open here and that they haven't decided on a location in Austin yet. Here's hoping he picks by my house in "the land of the bland"

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      nytexan Jul 29, 2009 11:51 AM

      fLIP Burger Boutique To Open In Austin, TX 1
      Posted by foodiebuddha on January 29, 2009

      In addition to a new spot in East Atlanta and one in Washington DC, Richard Blais proclaimed Austin, Texas as the luckily winner in the FLIP burger boutique sweepstakes. As this burger bug continues to spread, we can only wish Richard the best. I myself am starting to get a little frustrated with this whole burger thing; however, I love his game, so let’s hope for good things. Congrats on your success Richard!!!!

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      1. re: nytexan
        amysuehere Jul 29, 2009 01:31 PM

        Anyone know where in Austin he's going to set up shop?

      2. Kaya_n_Austin Jul 24, 2009 02:14 PM

        This is exactly the kind of burger place I'd love to see here...although I'm certain many will flame it for being too frou frou. I'm all about a shrimp po boyger!

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        1. re: Kaya_n_Austin
          dinaofdoom Jul 24, 2009 05:15 PM

          i'm with ya-- i like both the frou frou and the cheap cheap.
          'as long as it's good' is my motto.
          bring it on!

        2. rudeboy Jul 20, 2009 07:05 AM

          Austin is becoming the hamburger capital of the universe.

          I can't wait to try the foie gras milkshake!

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          1. re: rudeboy
            sqwertz Jul 20, 2009 08:02 PM

            Ain't it? . I made a list of all the new burger and pizza joints in town and it was incredible. We already had plenty of good burgers and passable pizza, and with all the new joints, nothing has changed in either regard.

            Aside: Cannoli Joes for dinner. Grilled Fillet mignon on the buffet (Monday and Tuesday) not bad if you can convince the grill guy to take a few pieces it off 2 minutes earlier (not easy, even though they say they'll cook it to order).


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