Brack Burger was set up by brothers, Joe and Ollie Brack, during the pandemic when their other business dried up.
When they turned their talents to making handmade burgers they found a healthy appetite for them in the market.
The pair have successfully opened three outlets in the North East and now they are venturing into Seaham STACK.
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Joe said: “We are absolutely delighted to be moving into STACK.
“It’s the perfect place for us and we’re really excited about it.
“We’ve always been massive fans of STACK so for us to be operating there is brilliant.”
Brack Burgers offers a range of beef, chicken and vegetarian burgers, as well as loaded fries.
The brothers will be setting up shop on September 8 in the STACK.
The company will be taking over the space currently occupied by Redheads Mac n Cheese.
The changes will also see the current Boojie Burger – operated by STACK itself – closing and that space used to extend the existing coffee shop, which will also now be able to serve directly into the plaza via a hatch.
Neill Winch, CEO of STACK, believes Brack Burger will be a huge asset to the venue.
Mr Winch said: “Brack Burger is really building a name for itself across the North East and there concept aligns perfectly with what we do at STACK,” he said.
“They are a welcome addition and we are sure that they will be a huge hit with our customers.”