After months of anticipation, and a large amount of planning and remodeling, the Corvallis Burgerville is now officially open at its new location at 2300 NW 9th Street.
Headquartered out of Vancouver, Burgerville operates close to 40 locations throughout Oregon and Washington. The folks over at Burgerville have listened hard to make sure the restaurant is a reflection of what Corvallis locals have asked for. It’s noticed in the small details, like the orange seats (an obvious nod to OSU and the Beavers) and overhead lighting, options for functional and flexible seating, and in the large amount of reclaimed wood and other materials used throughout the building’s interior.
“The most exciting thing about coming to Corvallis is this is the first new community we’ve come to probably in about 14 years,” said Jack Graves, Burgerville’s chief cultural officer. “What we’ve done, I think definitely acknowledges where we’re at.”
Over 70 percent of Burgerville’s food costs are spent in the Pacific Northwest, which includes sourcing regional and local ingredients from nearly 1,000 farms, ranches, and artisans, according to BCI Group.
“There’s so much regional vitality and a wealth of food here,” Graves said.
The Corvallis Burgerville menu features a lineup of burgers, fries, shakes, and seasonal specialties like the Walla Walla sweet onion rings, which should return to the menu around the Fourth of July. The restaurant and drive-thru are open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
By Abbie Tumbleson