GREAT FALLS — Great Falls will soon be home to a new restaurant called Street Burgers.
A news release from Macek Property Management says the new restaurant will go into the space formerly occupied by Noodle Express near the intersection of 10th Avenue South and 23rd Street. Noodle Express closed in May 2019.
Street Burgers, operated by Electric City Hospitality, LLC., will begin renovating the space immediately. The 2,445 square-foot restaurant will be "open concept," with an open kitchen and several cosmetic upgrades.
Street Burgers plans to provide quick-service dine-in and take-out options, including burgers, sliders, shakes, salads, and fries. They will get their beef from a local cattle ranch, and will use local business for their buns. They also plan to serve beer and wine once the appropriate licensure is in order.
Electric City Hospitality, LLC. also owns Tracy’s Family Restaurant in downtown Great Falls, which recently got a major renovation, too. Tracy's and Street Burgers are locally-owned, and are not chains or franchises.
There is no word yet on when Street Burgers will open - we will keep you updated.